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The following land information is derived from Land Book 1866-1872 and Land Book 1873-1874 at the Logan County Clerk’s Office in Logan, WV:

Daniel McCoy (of Logan County)1

[On December 27, 1841, Andrew Varney deeded 200 acres to Daniel McCoy for $100. Part of John Green survey bought of John Lawson by said Varney and Randolph McCoy2; references the Stafford farm; lists A. Ferrell and John Ferrell as justices of the peace. Deed Book B, page 367-368.]

[On September 17, 1845, Randolph2 and Anna McCoy of Pike County, KY, deeded 200 acres to Daniel McCoy for $300. Deed Book B, page 538-539.]

No property listed in 1865.

1866: Magnolia Township

200 acres Sandy River $6 per acre $50 building $1200 total

1867: Magnolia Township

200 acres Sandy River $6.83 per acre $50 building $1200 total

1868: Magnolia Township

200 acres Two Tracts Sand Lick Creek $6.30 per acre $50 building $1260 total

1869-1871: Magnolia Township

200 acres Sandy River $6.30 per acre $50 building $1260 total

1872: Magnolia Township

Daniel McCoy deeded 200 acres on Sandy River worth $6.30 per acre with $50 building total $1260 to Robert Jackson and others of Logan County

No property listed thereafter.

Randolph McCoy (of Logan County)2

[On December 15, 1837, Randolph McCoy of Logan County deeded 83 acres to Hezekiah Blankenship for $150. References Pigeon Roost Bottom. John Ferrell and David Mounts were justices of the peace. Deed Book __, page 136.]

[On September 17, 1845, Randolph and Anna McCoy of Pike County, KY, deeded 200 acres to Daniel McCoy for $300. Deed Book B, page 538-539.]

[On February 11, 1854, Elizabeth Vance3 deeded __ acres to Randolph McCoy for $300 all her land in Logan County excepting what she has sold to H.H. Williamson and William A. Dempsey. Beginning below the mill seat; references the island below Little Blackberry Creek and the ash gap in the horse ridge. Pleasant McCoy was a justice of the peace. Deed Book __, page 337.]

[On February 11, 1854, Richard Vance4 deeded __ acres to Randolph McCoy for $200 all of his lands in Logan County. Joseph Murphy and P. McCoy were justices of the peace. Deed Book C, page 444-445.]

No property listed in 1865.

1866: Magnolia Township

199 acres Sandy River $2.50 per acre no building $497 total

75 acres Sandy River $1.75 per acre no building $431 total

No property listed thereafter.

Johnson McCoy (of Logan County)5

No property listed in 1865.

1866: Magnolia Township

150 acres Sandy River $10 per acre $50 building $1500 total

No property listed thereafter.

Asa McCoy (of Logan County)6

[On June 4, 1859, Asa McCoy deeded __ acres on Pigeon Creek to John Ferrell for $__. Deed Book __, page 54. Only part of this deed is recorded. Ephraim Hatfield7 and William Tiller were justices of the peace.]

No property listed in 1865.

1866: Magnolia Township

290 acres South Side Pigeon and Thacker Fork $0.50 per acre no building $145 total

820 acres North Side Pigeon $0.50 per acre no building $410 total

No property listed for 1867-1870.

[On February 29, 1869, John and Jane Ferrell deeded 500 acres on Tug Fork of Sandy River and Sulphur Creek to Asa McCoy for $900. References the store house on the bank of the river, near the mouth of Mates Creek. William Tiller was justice of the peace. Deed Book __, page 208-209.]

1871-1874: Magnolia District

500 acres Sulphur and Sandy River $2 per acre no building $1000 total

1875-1876: Magnolia District

500 acres Sandy River and Sulphur $1.75 per acre $100 building $875 total

[On August 19, 1876, Asa and Nelly McCoy deeded 100 acres between Sulphur Creek and Tug River to Alafair Davis8 (wife of H.S. Davis) for $200. Deed Book __, page __.]

1877: Magnolia District

No records for this year for Magnolia District

1878: Magnolia District

[On February 11, 1878, Asa and Nellie McCoy deeded 150 acres to William McCoy for $500. References the mouth of Mate Creek and the land occupied by William McCoy. Ephraim Hatfield7 was justice of the peace. Deed Book __, page 484-485.]

350 acres Sandy River and Sulphur $1.75 per acre $100 building $612.50 total

1879: Magnolia District

No records for this year for Magnolia District

[On April 15, 1880, Asa and Nellie McCoy deeded 75 acres to A.G. McCoy for $200. References the first hollow below the forks of Sulphur Creek. A.W. Ferrell was a justice of the peace. Deed Book __, page 189-190.]

[On April 15, 1880, Asa and Nellie McCoy deeded 50 acres to Albert G. McCoy for $50. References the first hollow on the right hand side of Sulphur. Deed Book __, page __.]

Sally McCoy (of Logan County)

No property listed in 1865-1872.

[Note: Her name is given as Sally McCoy in 1873-1874, then as Sarah Ann McCoy in 1875-1876.]

1873-1874: Magnolia District

200 acres John Ferrell Farm and Vance &c $2.50 per acre no building $500 total

[Transferred from E. Rutherford.]

1875-1876: Magnolia District

200 acres Sandy River $2.50 per acre $25 building $500 total

1877: Magnolia District

No records for this year for Magnolia District

1878: Magnolia District

200 acres Sandy River $2.50 per acre $25 building $500 total

[Note: Her name is listed as Sary Ann McCoy of Logan County.]

1879: Magnolia District

No records for this year for Magnolia District

L.D. McCoy (of Logan County)9

No property listed in 1865-1875.

[In 1875, Moses Mounts deeded 200 acres on Tug Fork to L.D. McCoy. Deed Book F, page 252.]

1876: Magnolia District

200 acres Steep? Gut Sandy River $2 per acre no building $400 total

[Transferred from Peter Mounts and others.]

1877: Magnolia District

No records for this year for Magnolia District

1878: Magnolia District

200 acres Steep Gut Branch $1 per acre no building $200 total

1879: Magnolia District

No records for this year for Magnolia District

William McCoy (of Logan County)

No property listed in 1865-1877.

1878: Magnolia District

[On February 11, 1878, Asa and Nellie McCoy deeded 150 acres to William McCoy for $500. References the mouth of Mate Creek and the land occupied by William McCoy. Ephraim Hatfield was justice of the peace. Deed Book __, page 484-485.]

150 acres Sandy River $1.75 per acre no building $262.50 total

[Transferred from Asa McCoy.]

1879: Magnolia District

No records for this year for Magnolia District

Albert G. McCoy (of Logan County)10

[On April 15, 1880, Asa and Nellie McCoy deeded 75 acres to A.G. McCoy for $200. References the first hollow below the forks of Sulphur Creek. A.W. Ferrell was a justice of the peace. Deed Book __, page 189-190.]

[On April 15, 1880, Asa and Nellie McCoy deeded 50 acres to Albert G. McCoy for $50. References the first hollow on the right hand side of Sulphur. Deed Book __, page __.]

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1Father to Randolph McCoy of Hatfield-McCoy Feud fame.

2Son of William and Cordelia (Campbell) McCoy.

3Mother of Jim Vance.

4Brother of Jim Vance.

5Most likely, this is William Johnson McCoy (1836-1901), brother-in-law to Anderson Hatfield.

6Brother to Sallie (McCoy) McCoy.

7Most likely, this is the father to Devil Anse Hatfield.

8Daughter of Asa and Nelly McCoy

9Most likely, Lorenzo Dow McCoy, son of Selkirk. Perhaps son of John and Nancy McCoy.

10Son of Asa McCoy, brother of Selkirk McCoy.