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    • Pamela Lee

      Asa Harmon McCoy, a Union soldier, was the first to die at the hands of the Hatfields. He was threatened by a posse of ex-Confederate vigilantes led by Devil Anse Hatfield. They called themselves the “Logan Wildcats”. He was shot at while drawing water from his well. Asa Harmon fled his home and hid in a cave. The Wildcats found him in the cave where they killed Asa on January 7, 1865.

    • Reed Potter

      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.

    • Chrissy P ...

      The First McCoy Death The “Wildcats” where Company D of the 36th Virginia Infantry. It is believed that Jim Vance an uncle of Anse Hatfield was among those who fired a warning shot at McCoy, and then tracked him to the cave on Blue Spring Creek, where he was hiding and on January 7th 1865 and killed him.

    • Shelley Hatfield Spurling

      The first to die at the hands of the other family was Asa Harmon McCoy, a Union soldier who returned home after breaking his leg. He was immediately threatened by a posse of ex-Confederate vigilantes headed by Devil Anse Hatfield who called themselves the “Logan Wildcats.” After he was shot at he fled home and hid in a cave. He was followed and found hiding in the cave and was killed Jan. 7, 1865 by allegedly Jim Vance, a Hatfield relative.

    • Becky Hagerman

      Asa McCoy Family Tree | ... » Blog Archive » Hatfields & McCoys debuts on the History Channel

    • Serena Miller

      Hatfield-McCoy Feud - The first to die at the hands of the other family was Asa Harmon McCoy, a Union soldier who returned home after breaking his leg. He was immediately threatened by a posse of ex-Confederate vigilantes headed by Devil Anse Hatfield who called themselves the “Logan Wildcats.” After he was shot at while drawing water from his well, Asa Harmon hid in a cave. The Wildcats found him by following his slave Pete to the cave where they shot Asa dead on January 7, 1865.

    • Rema Mendoza

      real pictures of the hatfields and mccoys - Google Search

    • Jim Lynch

      Hatfield & McCoy Images - asa mccoy

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