Bonded by their oath to the same flag, two confederate soldiers, “Devil” Anse Hatfield (Kevin Costner) and Randall McCoy (Bill Paxton), return home seeking. Die Mini-Serie „Hatfields & McCoys“ handelt von der wohl berühmtesten Devil Anse Hatfield (Kevin Costner) und Randall McCoy (Bill Paxton) beginnt. Entdecken Sie Hatfields & McCoys [Blu-ray] und weitere TV-Serien auf DVD- & Blu-ray in unserem vielfältigen Angebot. Gratis Lieferung möglich.
Hatfields & McCoysAn der Hatfield-McCoy-Fehde, die von Journalisten auch als Hatfield-McCoy-Krieg bezeichnet wurde, waren in den Jahren – zwei. Hatfields & McCoys ist eine dreiteilige US-amerikanische Miniserie aus dem Jahr In den zentralen Hauptrollen sind Kevin Costner und Bill Paxton zu. und tobte in den Appalachen an der Grenze zwischen West Virginia und Kentucky die blutige Fehde der Familien Hatfield und McCoy.
Hatfield And Mccoys COVID-19 Update VideoHatfields and McCoys Theatrical Trailer Retrieved October 24, Elliott Hatfield — m. The matter was taken to the local Justice of the PeaceAnderson Inas Nacht Folgen Anse" Hatfield,  who ruled for the Hatfields by the testimony of Bill Staton, a relative of both families. Verlauf [ Bearbeiten Quelltext bearbeiten ]. The Hatfield-McCoy feud involved two rural families from West Virginia and Kentucky along the Tug Fork of the Big Sandy River from The Hatfields, led by William Anderson ‘Devil Anse’ Hatfield lived on the West Virginia side of the river. The McCoys, led by Randolph McCoy, were from Kentucky. The origins of the feud [ ]. Two McCoys were killed in the fire, including a young daughter of the McCoys. For this, Ellison Mounts, a Hatfield family member, was hanged. While the violence between the Hatfields and the McCoys continued piecemeal over the years that followed, it was these incidents that defined the famous feud between the two e-oide.com: J.D. Vance. 1/30/ · The actual fighting between the Hatfields and McCoys has been long over. Although they ended the feud in and shook hands in , Saturday, June 14, , 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. Moreover, who won the Hatfield McCoy feud? Devil Anse Hatfield and Randall McCoy were close friends until near the end of the Civil War, when they return to their homes -- Hatfield in West Virginia and McCoy in Kentucky -- to increasing tensions and misunderstandings that quickly lead to all-out warfare between the clans (partially caused by a stolen pig). Hatfields and McCoys, two American Appalachian mountaineer families who, with their kinfolk and neighbours, engaged in a legendary feud that attracted nationwide attention in the s and ’90s and prompted judicial and police actions, one of which drew an appeal up to the U.S. Supreme Court (). The Hatfields and McCoys are the most famous familial feud in American history. The feud story spans across decades; from the Civil War to the s and battles in both Kentucky and West Virginia. William Anderson Hatfield, known as “Devil Anse,” had the appearance of a backwoods, rough-hewn mountain dweller. By the s Devil Anse was an increasingly successful timber merchant who employed. Hatfields & McCoys, a three-part miniseries, showcases an all-star cast led by Kevin Costner and Bill Paxton. It chronicles a clash of clans that inspired passion, vengeance, courage, sacrifice. Hatfields & McCoys ist eine dreiteilige US-amerikanische Miniserie aus dem Jahr In den zentralen Hauptrollen sind Kevin Costner und Bill Paxton zu sehen. Sie thematisiert die Fehde zwischen den Familien Hatfield und McCoy. Die Regie übernahm. Die Hatfield-McCoy-Fehde war ein blutiger Konflikt zwischen zwei Großfamilien, der zwischen 18in einem abgelegenen Tal der Appalachen. Hatfields & McCoys ist eine dreiteilige US-amerikanische Miniserie aus dem Jahr In den zentralen Hauptrollen sind Kevin Costner und Bill Paxton zu. Hatfields & McCoys: Die Mini-Serie „Hatfields & McCoys“ handelt von der wohl Devil Anse Hatfield (Kevin Costner) und Randall McCoy (Bill Paxton) beginnt.
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The feud has entered the American folklore lexicon as a metonym for any bitterly feuding rival parties. The McCoy family lived mostly on the Kentucky side of the Tug Fork; the Hatfields lived mostly on the West Virginia side.
The first real violence in the feud was the death of Asa as he returned from the war, murdered by a group of Confederate Home Guards called the Logan Wildcats.
Devil Anse Hatfield was a suspect at first, but was later confirmed to have been sick at home at the time of the murder. It was widely believed that his uncle, Jim Vance, a member of the Wildcats, committed the murder.
The Hatfields were more affluent than the McCoys and were well-connected politically. Anse's timbering operation was a source of wealth for his family, while the McCoys were more of a lower-middle-class family.
Both families had also been involved in the manufacturing and selling of illegal moonshine , a popular commodity at the time.
Asa Harmon McCoy joined the 45th Kentucky Infantry on October 20, According to his Compiled Service Records, he was "captured by Rebels" on December 5, , and was released four months later to a Union hospital in Maryland.
At the time of his capture, he was recovering from a gunshot wound to the chest. During the early months of the Civil War, Asa joined a company of the Pike County Home Guards, under the command of Uriah Runyon, and it is thought he sustained the wound while serving in this unit.
William Francis also led a company of Pike County Guards during , and a group of which attacked and shot Mose Christian Cline, a friend of Devil Anse Hatfield.
Although Cline survived his wounds, Anse vowed to retaliate against the responsible parties. Some time in , a group of Confederate Home Guards ambushed and killed Francis as he was leaving his house, and Anse took credit for the deed.
Runyon later joined the 39th Kentucky Infantry and was killed on May 7, , in Pike County, Kentucky. His Compiled Service Records say "Killed by Rebels".
On muster rolls beginning on May 6, , Asa is reported in a Lexington hospital, suffering from a leg fracture. Beginning in December , the 45th Kentucky Infantry began mustering its regiments out of service.
Asa's Company E was mustered out on December 24, , in Ashland. He was killed near his home on January 7, , just thirteen days after leaving the Union Army.
A group of Confederate guerillas took credit for the killing and his wife's pension application states that he was "killed by Rebels".
There are no existing records pertaining to his death and no warrants were issued in connection with the murder. McCoy family tradition points to James "Jim" Vance, an uncle of Anse and a member of a West Virginia Militia group, as the culprit.
The second recorded instance of violence in the feud occurred thirteen years later, in , after a dispute about the ownership of a hog: Floyd Hatfield, a cousin of Anse's, had the hog, but Randolph McCoy claimed it was his,  saying that the notches on the pig's ears were McCoy, not Hatfield, marks.
The matter was taken to the local Justice of the Peace , Anderson "Preacher Anse" Hatfield,  who ruled for the Hatfields by the testimony of Bill Staton, a relative of both families.
In June , Staton was killed by two McCoy brothers, Sam and Paris, who were later acquitted on the grounds of self-defense.
The feud escalated after Roseanna McCoy entered a relationship with Devil Anse's son Johnson, known as "Johnse" spelled "Jonce" in some sources , leaving her family to live with the Hatfields in West Virginia.
Roseanna eventually returned to the McCoys, but when the couple tried to resume their relationship, Johnse was arrested by the McCoys on outstanding Kentucky bootlegging warrants.
He was freed from McCoy custody only when Roseanna made a desperate midnight ride to alert Anse, who organized a rescue party. The Hatfield party surrounded the McCoys and took Johnse back to West Virginia before he could be transported the next day to the county seat in Pikeville, Kentucky.
Despite what was seen as her betrayal of her own family on his behalf, Johnse thereafter abandoned the pregnant Roseanna for her cousin, Nancy McCoy, whom he wed in The feud continued in when Ellison Hatfield, brother of Anse, was killed by three of Roseanna's younger brothers: Tolbert, Phamer Pharmer , and Bud.
The McCoy brothers were initially arrested by Hatfield constables and were taken to Pikeville for trial. Secretly, Anse organized a large group of followers and intercepted the constables and their McCoy prisoners before they reached Pikeville.
The brothers were taken by force to West Virginia. When Ellison died from his injuries, the McCoy brothers were killed by the Hatfields' vigilante justice in turn: being tied to pawpaw bushes, where each was shot numerous times with a total of fifty shots fired.
Their bodies were described as "bullet-riddled". Even though the Hatfields and most inhabitants of the area believed their revenge was warranted, up to about twenty men, including Anse, were indicted.
All of the Hatfields eluded arrest; this angered the McCoy family, who took their cause up with Perry Cline.
Cline, who was married to Martha McCoy, is believed to have used his political connections to reinstate the charges and announced rewards for the Hatfields' arrest as an act of revenge.
A few years prior, Cline lost a lawsuit against Anse over the deed to thousands of acres of land, subsequently increasing the hatred between the two families.
In , Jeff McCoy killed a mail carrier named Fred Wolford, and the man who went to pursue him for his crime was acting constable Cap Hatfield. Cap and a friend named Tom Wallace shot him while on the run on the banks of the Tug Fork.
The feud reached its peak during the New Year's Night Massacre. Cap and Vance led several members of the Hatfield clan to surround the McCoy cabin and opened fire on the sleeping family.
He escaped by making a break for it, but two of his children were shot and his wife was beaten and almost killed. With his house burning, Randolph and his remaining family members were able to escape to the woods; his children, unprepared for the elements, suffered frostbite.
The remaining McCoys moved to Pikeville to escape the West Virginia raiding parties. Randolph's son Calvin and daughter Allaphare were killed during the raid.
Between and , the feud claimed more than a dozen members of the two families. On one occasion, the governors of West Virginia and Kentucky even threatened to have their militias invade each other's states.
In response, Kentucky Governor S. Buckner sent his Adjutant General Sam Hill to Pike County to investigate the situation.
Two McCoys were members of Philipps' posse, Bud and one of Randolph's sons, James "Jim" McCoy. The posse's first victim was Vance, who was killed in the woods after he refused to be arrested.
Philipps then made other successive raids on Hatfield homes and supporters, capturing many and killing another three Hatfield supporters,  before cornering the rest in Grapevine Creek on January A battle ensued between the two parties, and the Hatfields were eventually apprehended.
They included Cap, Johnse, Robert and Eliiot Hatfield, Ellison Mounts, French Ellis, Charles Gillespie, and Thomas Chambers.
Because of issues of due process and illegal extradition , the United States Supreme Court became involved Mahon v. Justice , U.
Eventually, the men were tried in Kentucky and all were found guilty. Seven received life imprisonment , while the eighth, Ellison "Cottontop" Mounts, was executed by hanging and buried in an unmarked grave within sight of the gallows.
Ellison had tried to retract his confession , stating that he was innocent, and that he had only confessed because he expected leniency — but his retraction was denied.
Thousands attended his hanging in Pikeville, but though the scaffold was in the open, its base was fenced in to comply with laws that had been passed which prohibited public executions.
The hanging site is the current location of a classroom building of the present day University of Pikeville. With his last words, Ellison claimed that; "The Hatfields made me do it.
Fighting between the families eased following the hanging of Mounts. Trials continued for years until the trial of Johnse, the last of the feud trials.
In , the families united for a special week's taping of the popular game show Family Feud , in which they played for a cash prize and a pig which was kept on stage during the games.
Tourists travel to those parts of West Virginia and Kentucky each year to examine the relics that remain from the days of the feud.
In , a large project known as the "Hatfield and McCoy Historic Site Restoration" was completed, funded by a federal grant from the Small Business Administration.
Many improvements to various feud sites were completed. A committee of local historians spent months researching reams of information to find out about the factual history of the events surrounding the feud.
This research was compiled in an audio compact disc , the Hatfield—McCoy Feud Driving Tour , which is only available at the Pike County Tourism CVB Visitors Center in Pikeville.
The CD is a self-guided driving tour of the restored feud sites and includes maps and pictures as well as the audio CD. The driving tour leads visitors to feud related points of interest including the gravesites of the feudists, the "Hog Trial Cabin", also known as Valentine Hatfield's cabin, Randolph McCoy's homeplace and well in Hardy, Kentucky, Aunt Betty's House and many more sites, some complete with historical markers.
Great-great-great grandsons Bo McCoy and Ron McCoy of feud patriarch Randolph McCoy organized a joint family reunion of the Hatfield and McCoy families in that garnered national attention.
More than 5, people attended. In , Bo and Ron McCoy brought a lawsuit to acquire access to the McCoy Cemetery which holds the graves of six family members, including five slain during the feud.
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Won 1 Golden Globe. Edit Cast Series cast summary: Kevin Costner Randall McCoy 3 episodes, Matt Barr Johnse Hatfield 3 episodes, Tom Berenger Jim Vance 3 episodes, Powers Boothe Judge Valentine 'Wall' Hatfield 3 episodes, Andrew Howard Nancy McCoy 3 episodes, Sarah Parish Levicy Hatfield 3 episodes, Lindsay Pulsipher Roseanna McCoy 3 episodes, Ronan Vibert Perry Cline 3 episodes, Joe Absolom Selkirk McCoy 3 episodes, Noel Fisher Ellison 'Cotton Top' Mounts 3 episodes, Boyd Holbrook William 'Cap' Hatfield 3 episodes, Tom McKay Jim McCoy 3 episodes, Sam Reid Tolbert McCoy 3 episodes, Mare Winningham Sally McCoy 3 episodes, Greg Patmore Calvin McCoy 3 episodes, John Bell Preacher Dyke Garrett 3 episodes, Katie Griffiths Alifair McCoy 3 episodes, Joy McBrinn Aunt Betty Blankenship 3 episodes, Adam Jones Doc Rutherford 2 episodes, Jon Bloch Crawford 3 episodes, Bill Millsap Cat Miller 2 episodes, Park Chisolm Urban Father 2 episodes, Stacha Hicks Urban Mother 2 episodes, Levi Bowling David Hatfield 3 episodes, Jilon VanOver Ransom Bray 2 episodes, Damian O'Hare Ellison Hatfield 2 episodes, Andy Gathergood Skunkhair Tom Wallace 2 episodes, Christopher Hatherall French Ellis 2 episodes, Noah Taylor Lark Varney 2 episodes, Ben Cartwright Parris McCoy 2 episodes, Jack Laskey The feud has also inspired numerous books, TV shows, and films, including the film Blue Ruin , Mark Twain's legendary book The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn , and even Hatfield and McCoy-themed episodes of TV shows like Looney Toons and Abbot and Costello "7 Things You Didn't Know".
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