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Back Row Standing L to R: Ock Damron, hired hand; Elias Hatfield; Detroit (Troy) Hatfield; Joe Hatfield; Cap Hatfield; Bill Borden, friend. Front, sitting L to R: Tennyson (Tennis) Hatfield; Devil Anse Hatfield; Willis Hatfield. In the background, Levicy Hatfield, wife if Devil Anse (sitting) and daughter Mary, (standing). Information included with the photograph:"In August of 1950 Isaac Newton Ballard says:  45th Virginia Regiment camped at Muddy Water Cave and Devil Anse Hatfield was a lieutenant in the Regiment.  He was baptized into the Primitive Baptist Church before he died."
'The Hatfields bury Devil Anse's wife. Note the line of cars on the recently built road.'
A group photograph including Dr. Elliott R. Hatfield, Joe Hatfield, and Cap Hatfield.
'Killed at Boomer, W. Va., 10/17/11'
'Killed at Boomer, W. Va., 10/17/11'
Henry D. Hatfield is pictured as senator-elect from West Virginia. He previously served a term as West Virginia's governor and was a nephew of Devil Anse Hatfield, patriarch of the Hatfield clan.
A picture of The Hatfield Clan, a group notorious in West Virginia in the 1800s for their feud with the Kentucky McCoys.
A postcard of Willie "Devil Anse" Hatfield, leader of the Hatfield Clan during the Hatfield/ McCoy feud of the late 1800s.
A postcard of Roseanna McCoy, the daughter of Randolph McCoy and lover of Johnse Hatfield.
Albert Sidney Hatfield was the Matewan Police Chief at the time of the "Matewan Massacre" in which he became a folk hero to the Tug Valley coal miners.