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Ellison Hatfield Cotton Top Mounts was trialed and hanged because of the murder of Alifair McCoy

SARAH "SALLY" McCOY F 1829 in Pike Co., Kentucky. She married her first cousin, RANDOLPH "OLD RANDALL" McCOY, the leader of the clan in the Hatfield/McCoy feud (b: 30 Oct 1825 in Pike Co., Ky.). They were married on 9 Dec 1849 in Pike Co., Ky.,

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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.

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

Randolph McCoy (October was the McCoy family patriarch during the Hatfield-McCoy feud.

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.

Levisa "Levicy" Chafin Hatfield (1842-1929) was the wife of William Anderson "Devil Anse" Hatfield.  Levicy outlived her husband by eight years.  She died of Pneumonia.  She is buried at the Hatfield Family Cemetery in Logan County, West Virginia.

Levisa "Levicy" Chafin Hatfield (1842-1929) was the wife of William Anderson "Devil Anse" Hatfield. Levicy outlived her husband by eight years. She died of Pneumonia. She is buried at the Hatfield Family Cemetery in Logan County, West Virginia.

This tattered photograph is an early image of William Anderson "Cap" Hatfield, second son of Devil Anse and Levicey Hatfield, and his wife, Nancy "Nan" Smith Hatfield, with their children Coleman A., Levisa, and Shep. —(Photo from Dr. Coleman C. Hatfield Collection, courtesy of Dr. Arabel E. Hatfield)

This tattered photograph is an early image of William Anderson "Cap" Hatfield, second son of Devil Anse and Levicey Hatfield, and his wife, Nancy "Nan" Smith Hatfield, with their children Coleman A., Levisa, and Shep. —(Photo from Dr. Coleman C. Hatfield Collection, courtesy of Dr. Arabel E. Hatfield)

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