|Andrew Howard||Bad Frank Phillips 3 episodes, 2012|
|Jena Malone||Nancy McCoy 3 episodes, 2012|
|Sarah Parish||Levicy Hatfield 3 episodes, 2012|
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The true story of the Hatfield McCoy feud. Altina L. Waller is the author of Feud: Hatfields, McCoys and Social Change in Appalachia, 1860-1900. The famous family feud was the subject of the latest Hatfields and McCoys miniseries of the History Channel.
“Bad Blood: Hatfields and McCoys were mainly shot in Copper Canyon in northern Christian County,” said Carole Emery, owner of the 19th-century western mining town with her husband Tim. They used our city as a central location, Carole Emery said. She added that most of the film was shot in Kentucky.
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Like most of the clan members, especially the Caps brothers (Joe and Tennis), Cap Hatfield had a very interesting life. About 18 months later, Cap Hatfield died of a brain tumor. Before his death, he was the eldest of the Hatfield participants who survived the feud.
Perry was a lawyer, bailiff and member of parliament in Pike County, Kentucky under Hatfield McCoy Feud. Cline married Martha A. Perry and then moved to Pikeville, Kentucky, where he settled with influential forces and developed a close relationship with Ranel McCoy and the clan he controlled.
In the late 1870s, Devil Anse Hatfield had a land dispute with McCoy’s cousin Perry Cline. Anse won the national battle and received all of Cline’s 5,000 acres of land. A few months after the verdict, Randolph McCoy stopped by to see Floyd Hatfield, a cousin of Devil Anse.
The origin of the dispute is unclear. Some attribute it to hostilities during the Civil War when the McCoys were union members and the Hatfields were Confederates, others to Randl McCoy’s belief that a Hatfield stole one of his pigs in 1878.
Ten years passed before Jonse Hatfield was charged with the murder of Alifair McCoys. He was convicted in Kentucky and sentenced to 13 years in prison. Johnson Johnse Hatfield newspaper article: Johnson Hatfield is sentenced to life in prison after ten years for the murder of Alifair McCoy.
McCoy is a common surname of Scottish origin in the lands of Kintyre and then of Irish origin (Gallowglass). It is an Anglicization of the Irish form Mac Aodha, which means son of Aodh (an old word for fire, a Celtic deity).