Willis Hatfield, last living son of "Devil Anse," at 82 years. Photograph taken on May 12, 1970.

Willis Hatfield, last living son of "Devil Anse," at 82 years. Photograph taken on May 12, 1970.

Ed Chambers and Sid Hatfield. Both men were killed on the steps of the McDowell County Courthouse on August 1, 1921. Sid, who was not related to "Devil Anse," was a hero to coal miners due to his role in the Matewan Massacre.

Ed Chambers and Sid Hatfield. Both men were killed on the steps of the McDowell County Courthouse on August 1, 1921. Sid, who was not related to "Devil Anse," was a hero to coal miners due to his role in the Matewan Massacre.

Sarah Ann and sister,  Vicey Hatfield Mayhorn. Wives of Doc and brother Pliant Mayhorn.Nieces  of Devil Anse.Blake's g,g,g,g,great Grandmother, Sarah Ann.

Sarah Ann and sister, Vicey Hatfield Mayhorn. Wives of Doc and brother Pliant Mayhorn.Nieces of Devil Anse.Blake's g,g,g,g,great Grandmother, Sarah Ann.

The water here is clean and clear.

The Underrated West Virginia Lake That's Perfect For A Summer Day

The water here is clean and clear.

Hatfields and McCoys | Hatfield

Hatfields and McCoys | Hatfield

Confederate Generals. Left to right - Hood, Semmes, Davis, Stuart, Jackson, Lee, Forrest, Johnston, Beauregard.

Confederate Generals. Left to right - Hood, Semmes, Davis, Stuart, Jackson, Lee, Forrest, Johnston, Beauregard.

A heavily armed group from the Hatfield clan.  	Violence erupted through the 1880s between the McCoy clan of Pike County, Ky. and the Hatfield clan of Logan County (later Mingo County), West Virginia.  Date	ca. 1880s

A heavily armed group from the Hatfield clan. Violence erupted through the 1880s between the McCoy clan of Pike County, Ky. and the Hatfield clan of Logan County (later Mingo County), West Virginia. Date ca. 1880s

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