Hatfield Family on porch-    Hatfield Family on porch-includes Ossie Browning (granddaughter), Uncle Dyke Garrett (back), and Rossie Browning (left).

Hatfield family members Ossie Browning [granddaughter], Uncle Dyke Garrett [back] and Rossie Browning [left].

RARE PHOTOGRAPH DISCOVERED OF CAP HATFIELD ...  This cabinet card was taken by photographer J.M. Hood at Williamson, West Virginia, in the 1890s. This rare image depicts William Anderson "Cap" Hatfield II, seated, clutching a large Bowie knife while two armed individuals stand on each side of him, perhaps Hatfield family members or clan supporters. The image was once published in the New York Herald along with an article about the West Virginia-Kentucky feud.

RARE PHOTOGRAPH DISCOVERED OF CAP HATFIELD ... This cabinet card was taken by photographer J.M. Hood at Williamson, West Virginia, in the 1890s. This rare image depicts William Anderson "Cap" Hatfield II, seated, clutching a large Bowie knife while two armed individuals stand on each side of him, perhaps Hatfield family members or clan supporters. The image was once published in the New York Herald along with an article about the West Virginia-Kentucky feud.

closeup of Springfield, Illinois, Abraham Lincoln at his home, 1860, historic photo, by John Adams Whipple

closeup of Springfield, Illinois, Abraham Lincoln at his home, historic photo, by John Adams Whipple * I like the fence *

McCoy Family part of my family....

The McCoy Family. One side of the Ledgendary Blood feud between the Hatfield and McCoy families

18 Photos of the Feud Between the Hatfields and McCoys

18 Photos of the Feud Between the Hatfields and McCoys

The Hatfield Clan (one of the earliest known photos about mid center sitting Anderson "Devil Anse" & Louvicey Chafin Hatfield with child on her lap. Man in back standing with hat & beard may be Cap Hatfield.

Preacher Uncle Dyke Garrett and Mrs. Willis Hatfield. Garrett baptized "Devil Anse" Hatfield in 1911.

Preacher Uncle Dyke Garrett and Mrs. Willis Hatfield Preacher Uncle Dyke Garrett and Mrs. Garrett baptized "Devil Anse" Hatfield in

Historic Newspaper with coverage of the Hatfield-McCoy feud: Fitchburg Sentinel, Fitchburg, Massachusetts, November 2, 1889  "The Hatfield-McCoy Feud"

Historic Newspaper with coverage of the Hatfield-McCoy feud: Fitchburg Sentinel, Fitchburg, Massachusetts, November 1889 "The Hatfield-McCoy Feud"

Devil Anse Hatfield and "Uncle" Jim Vance. Quite a difference from the Tom Beringer caricature. Instead of furs and skins Uncle Jim sports a suit and bowler.

William Anderson "Devil Anse" Hatfield and "Uncle" Jim Vance. Quite a difference from the Tom Beringer caricature. Instead of furs and skins Uncle Jim sports a suit and bowler.

This image was taken at the time of the funeral of Levicy Chafin Hatfield in 1929, the wife of Devil Anse Hatfield. According to notes relating to this image, you can see a line of automobiles on the recently built road below, belonging to attendants of the service. Esta imagen fue tomada en el momento de el funeral de levicy chafin hatfield en 1929, la esposa del diablo anse hatfield. De acuerdo a las notas relacionadas con esta imagen, se puede ver una línea de automóviles en la…

Hundreds gather for the dedication of the carved Italian marble statue that marks Anderson "Devil Anse" Hatfield's grave at Sarah Ann in Logan County, WV. Note the large number of automobiles parked along the highway.

Hatfield and McCoy feud--Willis Hatfield--last living son of "Devil Anse" at 82 years old.  May 12, 1970

Willis Hatfield last living son of Devil anse Hatfield may 12 1970 84 years old

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