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    Sarah Elizabeth McCoy "Little Sally" Hatfield (1881 - 1881) - Find A Grave Photos Roseanna McCoy and Johnse Elizabeth also known as "the baby with no last name

    Nancy McCoy Hatfield Phillips

    Nancy A. Vance Hatfield Spouse: Ephraim Hatfield (1812 - 1881)* Oldest son: Judge Valentine Wall Hatfield Children: Martha Hatfield Varney (1831 - 1910)* Anderson Hatfield (1839 - 1921)* Ellison Hatfield (1843 - 1882)* Jacob Hatfield (1845 - 1923)* Elias Hatfield (1846 - 1908)* Emma Hatfield Smith Reeves Roush (1848 - 1929)* Biddie Hatfield Mitchell (1850 - 1924)*

    DevilAnse Hatfield. Of the Hatfields and McCoys

    Johnse Hatfield and Roseanna McCoy--Hatfield and McCoy Fued

    McCoy Family part of my family....

    Sarah McCoy- Randell McCoy Wife

    Pat F. Garrett 1850 - 1908. Called the most famous Westerner of his time. He was Rancher, Businessman and Peace Officer. In 1881, as sherriff of Lincoln County, he killed the notorious outlaw Billy the Kid. Pres. Teddy Roosevelt appointed him Collector of Customs at El Paso in 1901. On Feb 29, 1908, Garrett was murdered by a cowboy in a dispute near Las Cruces, N.M. Inset Colt .44 Frontier the gun killing Billy the Kid.

    Johnse Hatfield

    Johnse Hatfield lover to Roseanna McCoy and husband to Nancy McCoy. Oldest son of clan leader William Anderson "Devil Anse" Hatfield.

    Daniel McCoy - The father of Randolph "Randall" McCoy of the Hatfield McCoy feud

    Virginia Hill (1916-1966) was one of the most famous female mobsters. She was a courier for the national crime syndicate, moving thousands of dollars from one mobster to the next, even overseas. She purportedly slept with many gangsters, but was Bugsy Siegel's girlfriend. She fled to Austria after the Government went after her for tax evasion. She died on the ski slopes of Salzburg, Austria after ingesting a heavy dose of sleeping pills. She was 49 years old.

    Roseanna McCoy

    The beginning of the Hatfield and McCoy feud.

    Johnes Hatfield. Son of Anderson 'Devil Anse' Hatfield. One of the central figures in the feud between the Hatfields and McCoys.

    The two story cabin in this photograph belonged to Anderson C. "Preacher Anse" Hatfield. Preacher Anse lived from 1835 - 1920 and was a cousin to Devil Anse Hatfield of the infamous Hatfield and McCoy Feud. The cabin was located in Logan County, West Virginia.

    photos of roseanna mccoy | The Mccoy Family

    Johnse Hatfield, son of Devil Anse Hatfield; he got Roseanna McCoy pregnant broke her heart and married her cousin Nancy McCoy.

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    Apr 16, 1881 Bartholomew "Bat" Masterson has his final gunfight in Dodge City, KS in defense of his younger brother Jim. Jim was in a dispute with a business partner and employee that had lead to gunfire, but no one was harmed as yet. Bat took the train from Tombstone & confronted the men. A gunfight ensued. A bystander is wounded and one participant is shot in the lung. Bat paid fine and took the train out of Dodge City that evening.

    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