Anderson Barker, Appalachia, Big Ugly Creek, county clerk, genealogy, history, justice of the peace, Levi Collins, Lincoln County, Logan County, Nancy Collins, Ralph Lucas, Virginia, W.I. Campbell, West Virginia, William Smith, William Straton
Appalachia, county clerk, Daniel McCoy Sr., H. Ford, history, Jacob Smith, John Dils, Kentucky, Logan County, merchant, Pike County, R.M. Ferrell, Randolph McCoy, S.K. Damron, West Virginia, William A. Farley, William P. Johnson
NOTE: I believe this Daniel McCoy is the father of Randolph McCoy. He lived in Logan County, WV.
Anna Hatfield, Appalachia, county clerk, Electious Hatfield, Elexius Hatfield, Ephraim Hatfield, genealogy, George Hatfield, history, J. Dixon, Jacob Smith, Jeremiah Hatfield, John Dils, Kentucky, Leck Hatfield, merchant, Nancy Hatfield, Pike County, Preacher Anse Hatfield, S.K. Damron, sheriff, William P. Johnson
NOTE: The Jeremiah Hatfield named in this case is likely the son of Ephraim and Anna (Musick) Hatfield. Elexius “Leck” Hatfield (1834-1914), a nephew to Jeremiah, was the son of George and Nancy (Whitt) Hatfield. He was also a brother to “Preacher Anse” Hatfield.
Anderson Hatfield, Appalachia, county clerk, genealogy, George Hatfield, Hatfield-McCoy Feud, history, J.B. Williamson, Jacob Smith, John Dils, Kentucky, Pike County, Preacher Anse Hatfield, S.K. Damron, sheriff, William P. Johnson
NOTE: Most likely, the Anderson Hatfield involved in this case is Anderson “Preacher Anse” Hatfield (born 1835, son of George).
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