What happened to Martha McCoy?

MARTHA “PATTY” CLINE (JACOB, PETER), was born 1828 in Pike Co., KY and died November 4, 1907. [Asa Harmon McCoy was killed in 1864 bya Confederate guerrilla unit known as the Logan Wildcats, a Home Guard unit led by William Anderson “Devil Ance” Hatfield and Jim Vance.

What happened to Devil Anse Hatfield?

On January 6, 1921, Hatfield died of pneumonia at his Island Creek home. His family had a life-sized marble statue of him made to honor their fallen leader.

Where is Sarah Elizabeth McCoy buried?

d/o; Roseanna McCoy & Johnson “Johnse” Hatfield. Roseanna’s baby daughter was named Sarah Elizabeth….Sarah Elizabeth “Sally” Hatfield.

Birth 7 Feb 1881 Kentucky, USA
Death Oct 1881 (aged 7–8 months) Kentucky, USA
Burial McCoy Cemetery Stringtown, Pike County, Kentucky, USA
Memorial ID 90983033 · View Source

How old was Roseanna McCoy when she had her baby?

The eighteen-year-old Johnse and twenty-one-year-old Roseanna had cultivated a bond that prompted Roseanna to leave the election-day excitement with Johnse, leaving the McCoy clan behind. Living with the Hatfields, Roseanna and Johnse soon conceived a child, Sarah, who was known as Sally.

Do the Hatfield and McCoys still feud?

The actual fighting between the Hatfields and McCoys has been long over. Although they ended the feud in 1891 and shook hands in 1976, Saturday, June 14, 2003, marked the official end to the Hatfields and McCoys’ feud when the families signed a truce, in an event broadcast by the The Saturday Early Show.

What illness did Roseanna McCoy have?

Despite her clear defiance of her own family, Johnse did not resume his relationship with the pregnant Roseanna, and chose instead to marry her cousin, Nancy McCoy. Having lost everything she held dear, it is said that Roseanna died of a broken heart.