FC: Hatfield-McCoy Feud 1863 – 1891
1: Devil Anse Hatfield creates a guerrilla band. Thefts and raids arise between McCoy's and Hatfield's. | 1863
2: 1865 | The first death in the feud occurred, Asa Harmon McCoy. There was no prosecution.
3: 1878 | Randolph McCoy accused Floyd Hatfield of stealing his pigs. Bill Staton testified for Hatfield and won.
4: 1880 | Bill Staton was murdered by Paris and Sam McCoy. Sam was tried and acquitted for Staton’s murder.
5: Roseanna McCoy and Johnse Hatfield met. | She goes with Johnse to live at the Hatfield cabin. | She goes to live with Johnse at the Hatfield cabin.
6: 1881 | Roseanna comes home and moves into her aunt’s cabin. Johnse is abducted by the McCoy boys. Roseanna then goes to Devil Anse to save Johnse’s life.
7: Roseanna is pregnant. She then catches the measles and has a miscarriage. She moved to Pikeville.
8: Johnse then marries Nancy McCoy. | 1881
9: 1882 | 1882 Ellison Hatfield fatally wounded by Bud, Tolbert and Pharmer McCoy on August 9.
10: 1882 | After Hatfield dies, Bud, Tolbert, and Pharmer are tied to bushes and executed.
11: 1887 | Kentucky governor appoints Frank Phillips to capture McCoy boys' murderers.
12: New Year's Day raid on Ole Ran'l McCoy's cabin leaves Alifair and Calvin dead, home burned to ground. | 1888
13: Roseanna McCoy, less than 30 years old, dies in Pikeville. | 1859-1989
14: 1889 | Trial of Hatfield clan in McCoy murders begins.
15: Ellison Mounts executed for Alifair McCoy's murder on February 18th | 1890
16: 1891 | The feud finally ends.
17: The feud finally ends.