How many people were killed during the Hatfield and McCoy feud?
|Location||Tug Fork of the Big Sandy River, West Virginia–Kentucky|
|Caused by||American Civil War, land disputes, revenge killings|
|Resulted in||More than a dozen killed from both sides Nine Hatfields imprisoned (including seven Hatfields who were imprisoned for life and one Hatfield who was executed)|
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Correspondingly, how many died in the Hatfield McCoy feud?
But by the time all was said and done, at least 13 Hatfields and McCoys had died—all over a pig, it seems. Still, some historians believe that the hog was just a scapegoat. The real source of the ire, they say, was the Hatfields' Confederate leanings.
Similarly, is the Hatfield McCoy feud still happening? 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.
Then, who won the Hatfield McCoy feud?
COURT ORDERS In the late 1870s, Devil Anse Hatfield got into a land dispute with McCoy's cousin Perry Cline. Anse won the land dispute and was granted Cline's entire 5,000-acre plot of land.
How did McCoy really die?