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Missouri is home to an endangered dialect of the French language known as Missouri French. It developed in isolation from French speakers in Canada and Louisiana, becoming quite distinct from the varieties of Canadian French and Louisiana Creole French.
Once widely spoken throughout the area, Missouri French is now nearly extinct, with only a few elderly speakers able to use it. Of those Missourians who identify with a religion, three out of five are Protestants of various denominations. Louis and stretches west and south of St. The religious affiliations of the people of Missouri according to the American Religious Identification Survey:. The largest denominations by number of adherents in were the Southern Baptist Convention with ,; the Roman Catholic Church with ,; and the United Methodist Church with , Among the other denominations there are approximately 93, Mormons in congregations, 25, Jewish adherents in 21 temples, 12, Muslims in 39 masjids, 7, Buddhists in 34 temples, 7, Hindus in 17 temples, 2, Unitarians in 9 congregations, 2, Baha'i in 17 temples, 5 Sikh temples, a Zorastrian temple, a Jain temple and an uncounted number of neopagans.
Several religious organizations have headquarters in Missouri, including the Lutheran Church—Missouri Synod, which has its headquarters in Kirkwood, as well as the United Pentecostal Church International in Hazelwood, both outside St. This area and other parts of Missouri are also of significant religious and historical importance to The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints LDS Church , which maintains several sites and visitors centers.
The Unity Church is headquartered in Unity Village. The agriculture products of the state are beef, soybeans, pork, dairy products, hay, corn, poultry, sorghum, cotton, rice, and eggs. Missouri is ranked 6th in the nation for the production of hogs and 7th for cattle. Missouri is ranked in the top five states in the nation for production of soy beans, and it is ranked fourth in the nation for the production of rice. In , there were , farms, the second-largest number in any state after Texas.
Missouri actively promotes its rapidly growing wine industry. Missouri has vast quantities of limestone. Other resources mined are lead, coal, and crushed stone. Missouri produces the most lead of all of the states. Most of the lead mines are in the central eastern portion of the state.
Missouri also ranks first or near first in the production of lime, a key ingredient in Portland cement. Missouri also has a growing science and biotechnology field. Monsanto, one of the largest gene companies in America is based in St. Missouri is the only state in the Union to have two Federal Reserve Banks: Louis serving eastern Missouri, southern Illinois, southern Indiana, western Kentucky, western Tennessee, northern Mississippi, and all of Arkansas.
Personal income is taxed in ten different earning brackets, ranging from 1. Missouri's sales tax rate for most items is 4.
More than 2, Missouri local governments rely on property taxes levied on real property real estate and personal property. Most personal property is exempt, except for motorized vehicles. Exempt real estate includes property owned by governments and property used as nonprofit cemeteries, exclusively for religious worship, for schools and colleges and for purely charitable purposes. There is no inheritance tax and limited Missouri estate tax related to federal estate tax collection. In , Missouri had roughly 22, MW of installed electricity generation capacity.
Missouri has a small but growing amount of wind and solar power—wind capacity increased from MW in to MW in , while photovoltaics have increased from 0. Oil wells in Missouri produced , barrels of crude oil in fiscal There are no oil refineries in Missouri. Missouri has two major airport hubs: Two of the nation's three busiest rail centers are located in Missouri. Kansas City is the second largest freight rail center in the US but is first in the amount of tonnage handled.
Like Kansas City, St. Louis is a major destination for train freight. Louis with suburbs in Illinois and St. It is one of the largest systems by track mileage in the United States.
A streetcar line in downtown Kansas City is scheduled to open in Louis is the largest active multi-use transportation center in the state. It is located in downtown St. Louis, next to the historic Union Station complex. Many cities have regular fixed-route systems, and many rural counties have rural public transit services. Greyhound, Trailways, and Megabus all provide inter-city bus service in Missouri. The Mississippi River and Missouri River are commercially navigable over their entire lengths in Missouri.
The Missouri was channelized through dredging and jettys and the Mississippi was given a series of locks and dams to avoid rocks and deepen the river.
Louis is a major destination for barge traffic on the Mississippi. From — traffic deaths have decreased annually from 1, in , to 1, in , to for , to for , to in , to in Genevieve, Missouri to Interstate Interchange in St.
They were striped, registered, and opened on February 10, The current Constitution of Missouri, the fourth constitution for the state, was adopted in It provides for three branches of government: The legislative branch consists of two bodies: These bodies comprise the Missouri General Assembly.
The House of Representatives has members who are apportioned based on the last decennial census. The Senate consists of 34 members from districts of approximately equal populations. The judicial department comprises the Supreme Court of Missouri, which has seven judges, the Missouri Court of Appeals an intermediate appellate court divided into three districts , sitting in Kansas City, St.
Louis, and Springfield, and 45 Circuit Courts which function as local trial courts. The executive branch is headed by the Governor of Missouri and includes five other statewide elected offices. Following the death of Tom Schweich in , all but one of Missouri's statewide elected offices are held by Democrats. He was a judge in Jackson County and then represented the state in the United States Senate for ten years, before being elected Vice-President in He lived in Independence after retiring.
Missouri is widely regarded as a bellwether in American politics, often making it a swing state. The state had a longer stretch of supporting the winning presidential candidate than any other state, having voted with the nation in every election since with three exceptions: Missouri was still the closest state in the nation in both of these races, which were decided by extremely narrow margins of fewer than 4, votes each.
However, in , Missouri swung strongly Republican when it voted for former Governor Mitt Romney of Massachusetts over the winner, incumbent President Barack Obama, by a nearly point margin. On October 24, , there were 4,, registered voters. Missouri has been known for its population's generally "stalwart, conservative, noncredulous" attitude toward regulatory regimes, which is one of the origins of the state's unofficial nickname, the "Show-Me State.
For , the annual "Freedom in the 50 States" study prepared by the Mercatus Center at George Mason University ranked Missouri as 3 in America for alcohol freedom and 1 for tobacco freedom 7 for freedom overall. The study notes that Missouri's "alcohol regime is one of the least restrictive in the United States, with no blue laws and taxes well below average," and that "Missouri ranks best in the nation on tobacco freedom.
With a large German immigrant population and the development of a brewing industry, Missouri always has had among the most permissive alcohol laws in the United States. It never enacted statewide prohibition. Missouri voters rejected prohibition in three separate referenda in , , and Alcohol regulation did not begin in Missouri until Today, alcohol laws are controlled by the state government, and local jurisdictions are prohibited from going beyond those state laws.
Missouri has no statewide open container law or prohibition on drinking in public, no alcohol-related blue laws, no local option, no precise locations for selling liquor by the package allowing even drug stores and gas stations to sell any kind of liquor , and no differentiation of laws based on alcohol percentage. Missouri has no laws prohibiting "consumption" of alcohol by minors as opposed to possession , and state law protects persons from arrest or criminal penalty for public intoxication.
Missouri law expressly prohibits any jurisdiction from going dry. Missouri law also expressly allows parents and guardians to serve alcohol to their children.
As for tobacco as of June , Missouri has the lowest cigarette excise taxes in the United States, at 17 cents per pack, and the state electorate voted in , , and to keep it that way. In , Forbes named Missouri's largest metropolitan area, St. Louis, America's "best city for smokers. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, in Missouri had the fourth highest percentage of adult smokers among U. S states, at Although Missouri's minimum age for purchase and distribution of tobacco products is 18, tobacco products can be distributed to persons under 18 by family members on private property.
No statewide smoking ban ever has been seriously entertained before the Missouri General Assembly, and in October , a statewide survey by the Missouri Department of Health and Senior Services found that only Missouri state law permits restaurants seating less than 50 people, bars, bowling alleys, and billiard parlors to decide their own smoking policies, without limitation.
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Louis City is the most densely populated area 5, The largest county by population estimate is St. Louis County 1,, residents , with Jackson County second , residents , St.
Charles third , , and St. Worth County is the least populous with 2, census residents. The five largest cities in Missouri are Kansas City, St. Louis, Springfield, Independence, and Columbia. Louis is the principal city of the largest metropolitan area in Missouri, composed of 17 counties and the independent city of St.
Louis; eight of those counties lie in Illinois. As of , St. Louis was the 18th largest metropolitan area in the nation with 2. However, if ranked using Combined Statistical Area, it is 15th largest with 2. Some of the major cities making up the St. Louis Metro area in Missouri are St. Kansas City is Missouri's largest city and the principal city of the fifteen-county Kansas City Metropolitan Statistical Area, including six counties in the state of Kansas. As of , it was the 29th largest metropolitan area in the nation, with 2.
The Missouri State Board of Education has general authority over all public education in the state of Missouri. It is made up of eight citizens appointed by the governor and confirmed by the Missouri Senate. Education is compulsory from ages seven to seventeen, and it is required that any parent, guardian or other person with custody of a child between the ages of seven and seventeen the compulsory attendance age for the district, must ensure that the child is enrolled in and regularly attends public, private, parochial school, home school or a combination of schools for the full term of the school year.
Compulsory attendance also ends when children complete sixteen credits in high school.. Children in Missouri between the ages of five and seven are not required to be enrolled in school. However, if they are enrolled in a public school their parent, guardian or custodian must ensure that they regularly attend.
Missouri schools are commonly but not exclusively divided into three tiers of primary and secondary education: The public schools system includes kindergarten to 12th grade. District territories are often complex in structure. In some cases, elementary, middle and junior high schools of a single district feed into high schools in another district. Homeschooling is legal in Missouri and is an option to meet the compulsory education requirement. It is neither monitored nor regulated by the state's Department of Elementary and Secondary Education.
A supplemental education program, the Missouri Scholars Academy, provides an extracurricular learning experience for gifted high school students in the state of Missouri. The official MSA website describes the goals of the Academy to be as such: The program is based on the premise that Missouri's gifted youth must be provided with special opportunities for learning and personal development in order for them to realize their full potential.
The University of Missouri System is Missouri's statewide public university system. The flagship institution and largest university in the state is the University of Missouri in Columbia. During the late nineteenth and early twentieth century the state established a series of normal schools in each region of the state, originally named after the geographic districts: Lincoln University and Harris—Stowe State University were established in the mid-nineteenth century and are historically black colleges and universities.
Among private institutions Washington University in St. There are numerous junior colleges, trade schools, church universities and other private universities in the state.
Still University was the first osteopathic medical school in the world. The 19th century border wars between Missouri and Kansas have continued as a sports rivalry between the University of Missouri and University of Kansas.
The rivalry is chiefly expressed through football and basketball games between the two universities. It is the oldest college rivalry west of the Mississippi River and the second oldest in the nation.
Each year when the universities meet to play, the game is coined "Border War. Many well-known musicians were born or have lived in Missouri. Louis and grew up in St. The Kansas City Symphony and the St. Louis Symphony Orchestra are the state's major orchestras. The latter is the nation's second-oldest symphony orchestra and achieved prominence in recent years under conductor Leonard Slatkin.
Branson is well known for its music theaters, most of which bear the name of a star performer or musical group. These facilities have made Branson one of America's most popular tourist destinations..
Missouri is the native state of Mark Twain. He is best known for Blue Highways, a chronicle of his travels to small towns across America. The book was on the New York Times Bestseller list for nearly a year in Filmmaker, animator, and businessman Walt Disney spent part of his childhood in the Linn County town of Marceline before moving to Kansas City, Missouri. John Carpernter's Escape from New York was filmed in Saint Louis in the early eighties, due to the high number of abandoned buildings in the city.
Gary Sinise won an Emmy for his portrayal of Harry Truman in the film. Missouri hosted the Summer Olympics at St. Louis, the first time the games were hosted in the United States. Missouri is home to a diversity of both flora and fauna. There is a large amount of fresh water present due to the Mississippi River, Missouri River, and Lake of the Ozarks, with numerous smaller tributary rivers, streams, and lakes.
Within historic times, pronghorn, gray wolf, and brown bear were all found in Missouri, but have since been eliminated. Wapiti and American bison were formerly common, but are currently confined to private farms and parks. Within historic times, the passenger pigeon, the carolina parakeet, and the ivory-billed woodpecker were all found in Missouri, but they have since been eliminated. There has also been a migration of insects from the south to Missouri. One example of this is the wasp Polistes exclamans.
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Springfield Springfield, Missouri is located in the southwestern region of the state, and is the third largest city in Missouri. Independence Independence Missouri is a suburb of Kansas City, and is also the fourth largest city in the state. In , the racial composition of the state was: In , the population included , foreign-born 3. The mean commute time to work was The religious affiliations of the people of Missouri according to the American Religious Identification Survey: As of November , the state's unemployment rate was 4.
Several highways, detailed below, traverse the state. North-south routes East-west routes The current Constitution of Missouri, the fourth constitution for the state, was adopted in Missouri has counties and one independent city St. Jefferson City is the capital of Missouri. Branson is a major tourist attraction in the Ozarks of southwestern Missouri.
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January 10, , Ransom, Pike Co. January 07, , Pike Co. April 01, , Hardy, Pike Co. Discharged from the service because of deafness Military: Civil War — 39th Kentucky. June 16, , Pike Co.
June 15, , Kentucky; d. February 28, , Ransom, Pike Co. She was born December 19, in Logan Co. June 28, , Pike Co. December 26, , Ransom, Pike Co. December 27, , T. Hatfield Family Cemetery Cause of Death: March 16, , Ransom, Pike Co. March 14, , Ransom, Pike Co. June 10, , Pike Co. February 11, , Ransom, Pike Co. She was born January 01, , and died in Greenville, Monroe Co. July 15, , Logan Co. October 30, , Pike Co. March 02, , Pike Co. January 08, , Pike Co. June 24, , Pike Co.
June 17, , Pike Co. May 14, , Ransom, Pike Co. July 05, , Pike Co. February 20, , Hatfield, Pike Co. August 03, , Stone, Pike Co. Cancer of the viscera. June , Pike Co. April 21, , Pike Co. March 13, , Pike Co. March 15, , Family Cemetery, Pike Co. October 22, , Kentucky; d.
August 26, , Ranson, Pike Co. March 17, , Pike Co. July 04, , Thacker, Mingo Co. October 14, ; m. October 20, , West Virginia; d. October 14, , Jamboree, Pike Co. September 13, , Pike Co. October 25, , Jamboree, Pike Co. February 04, , Freeburn, Pike Co. She was born August 13, in Kentucky, and died Unknown. March 16, , Logan Co. December 30, , Mossyrock, Lewis Co. December 25, , Logan Co. July 23, , Mingo Co. She was born May 02, in Virginia, and died Aft.
Civil War — Co. September 09, , Logan Co. January 06, , Island Creek, Logan Co. August , Logan Co. August 09, , Matewan, Mingo Co. August 01, , Logan Co. July 04, ; m. May 23, , Mingo Co. March 05, , Huntington, Wayne Co. Heart Failure Twin of: October 17, , Logan Co.
September 18, , Mingo Co. She was born in Kentucky, and died Unknown. November 17, , Logan Co. July 20, , Hampton, Mingo Co. July 21, , Hampton, Mingo Co. February 12, , Greenup Co. March 10, , Rush, Carter Co. January 27, , Red Jacket, Mingo Co. August 10, , Varney, Mingo Co.
August 22, , Matewan, Mingo Co. August 24, , Family Cemetery Cause of Death: April 18, , Williamson, Mingo Co. Unknown, Ragland, Mingo Co.
March 26, , West Virginia; d. March 11, , Williamson, Mingo Co. March 12, , Delbarton, Mingo Co. She was born April 02, , and died March 05, April , Pike Co. March 12, , Pike Co. November 23, , Williamson, Mingo Co.
April 16, , Kentucky; d. July 23, , Belfry, Pike Co. She was born , and died December 02, , Pikeville, Pike Co. December 28, , Pike Co. December 20, , Pike Co. October 23, , Mossy Bottom, Pike Co. October 25, , Mossy Bottom, Pike Co. May 02, , Pike Co. May 22, , Pikeville, Pike Co.
May 24, , Pikeville, Pike Co. Cancer of the liver. Preacher Anse or Deacon Anse Burial: January 10, , Kentucky; d. June 30, , Ransom, Pike Co. May 01, , Kentucky; d. October 19, , Kentucky; d.
January 07, , Ransom, Pike Co. January 13, , Pike Co. May 11, , Kentucky; d. May 01, , Kentucky. March 09, , Ransom, Pike Co. December 01, , Pikeville, Pike Co. December 03, , Fishtrap, Pike Co. July 30, , Pike Co. August 14, ; d. May 06, ; d. March 20, , Pike Co. December 08, , Kentucky; d. December 20, , Holden, Logan Co. October 09, , Pike Co.
October 29, , Williamson, Mingo Co. January 24, , Pike Co. March 24, , Pike Co. March 18, , Hardy, Pike Co. She was born May 05, in Pike Co. She died July 06, in Newark, OH. January 11, , Wellman Cemetery, Ft. February , Kentucky; d. October 25, , Kentucky; d. January 06, , Kentucky; d. November 30, , Kentucky; d. June 25, , West Virginia; d.
December 01, , West Virginia; d. July 18, , Mingo Co. May 05, ; d. September 12, ; m. January 06, ; d. January 25, ; d. January , Wayne Co.
October 09, , West Virginia; d. July 31, , Hubbardstown, Wayne Co. August 01, , Wellman Cemetery, Ft. Drowned in the Big Sandy River. September 27, ; d. September 24, ; d. December 05, ; m. February 27, ; d. April 29, ; m. June 09, , Ransom, Pike Co. January 11, , Merrimac, Mingo Co. December 12, , Pike Co. December 31, , Ransom, Pike Co. March , Ransom, Pike Co. August 07, , Williamson, Mingo Co. August 07, , Blackberry Creek, Pike Co.
March , Kentucky; d. September , Kentucky; d. December , Kentucky; d. She was born April 26, in Pike Co. April 03, , Ransom, Pike Co. He was born in Russell Co. July 04, , Ft. July 05, , Williamson, Mingo Co.
February 22, , Pike Co. July 18, , Williamson, Mingo Co. March 02, , Blackberry, Pike Co. He was disabled and wounded in the Civil War and from his wounds he was s? December 25, , Thacker, Mingo Co. She was born March in Pike Co. March 27, , McCarr, Pike Co. March 30, , Blackberry City, Mingo Co. Fell dead while working in a field — probably coronary thrombosis. May 08, , Huntington, Cabell Co. She was born November , and died Unknown. November 11, , Ransom, Pike Co. Cancer of the uterus.
She was born April 02, in Pike Co. August 09, , Pike Co. May 17, , Williamson, Mingo Co. She was born July 28, in Logan Co.
January 11, , Pike Co. She was born November 04, in Matewan, Mingo Co. April 16, , Ransom, Pike Co. November 29, , Ransom, Pike Co. October 13, , Pike Co. October 25, , Ransom, Pike Co. February 08, , Toler, Pike Co. July 09, , Toler, Pike Co. July 25, , Blackberry, Pike Co. July 27, , Ransom, Pike Co. Cancer of the stomach. He was born March 09, in Pike Co. May , Pike Co. August 28, , Ransom, Pike Co. February 12, , M. Clay Cemetery Cause of Death: June 12, , Pike Co.
November 02, , Ransom, Pike Co. She was born in Pike Co. Tombstone shows dates of — September 03, , Jamboree, Pike Co. October , Freeburn, Pike Co.
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August 03, , Baileysville, Logan Co. April 03, , Rita, Logan Co. May 26, , Gilbert, Mingo Co. August 28, , Gilbert, Mingo Co. December 23, , Gilbert, Mingo Co. August 26, , West Virginia; d. March 10, , Wyoming Co. April , Gilbert, Mingo Co. He was born September 17, in West Virginia, and died Unknown. March 14, ; d. Estace Gibson appeared for West Virginia. He said that he believed that the Commonwealth of Kentucky had been the first in the history of this country to seize and enjoy an opportunity for the invasion of a sister State and the seizure of her citizens by a band of outlaws.
The petition sets forth that the State of affairs had been brought to the notice of the Governor of Kentucky, who, while admitting that the citizens of West Virginia had been violently and wrongfully captured, yet refused to right the wrong. The right to settle the Inter-State questions was distinctly conferred upon the Federal Government.
From the fact that the attorney for West Virginia had seen fit to connect the chief magistrate of Kentucky with this ridiculous proceeding and to assail his character in connection with it, he would read a little from Gov. Knott then read the letter, which refutes the position taken by the Governor of West Virginia.
He said he had complied with every condition which Governor Wilson thought necessary and therefore supposed that steps had been taken to give up the fugitives from justice. He knew nothing to the contrary until early in January. Knott, Attorney General Hardin addressed the court, among other things he stated that the United States statute on the issuing of a writ of habeas corpus explicitly requires that the person confined must make and sign the petition for his own release.
In this case, the petition was not so made and signed. Further, the petitions are not good because the conditions and facts of confinement are not set forth as the law requires. Judge Barr, in rendering his decision, stated that he felt great hesitancy in the matter. The case was without precedent and he was doubtful, the petitions being obscure.
Such being the case, however, and the attorneys for the State of Kentucky having failed to show that the prisoners confined in the Pike County jail had been placed there through due process of law, he inclined to the side claiming relief for the persons unjustly confined and would grant the writ of habeas corpus, returnable next Monday a week.
Ellison was the first one killed. Three of the McCoy boys shot and cut him on Blackberry Creek, on the Kentucky side, and he died the next day. There was a row then, but I do not remember exactly what it was. The killing was done on the bridge between Blackberry and Mates Creeks. The next Pike County grand jury indicted a lot of people in West Virginia. McCoy attempted to arrest Wallace and a fight took place.
This resulted in Captain Hatfield arresting McCoy, and when McCoy tried to get away he was killed by the men who were guarding him. It was said that Captain Hatfield and Tom Wallace killed him. This was charged to the Hatfields, but I never knew anything about it till sometime after the murders were committed.
Shortly after this a company of Pike County men was formed to follow the Hatfields and kill them. They shot Vance to death and wounded Captain Hatfield. After that the Kentuckians came in and captured us while we were at work on our farms. None of us resisted and no injury was done us, but if there was any authority for confining us in jail I never heard of it. Lee Ferguson, of Pike, was questioned concerning the claim of the prisoners that they were innocent.
He laughed at the idea, and said that while the worst of the Hatfield crowd had not been captured, the men who are now in the Louisville jail are undoubtedly a part of the gang. He declared that the prisoners had not been unlawfully imprisoned, that after having crossed the border line between West Virginia and Kentucky had been legally arrested and taken to jail by the proper officers.
He did not deny that the West Virginians had been forcibly taken from their houses, but held that the Kentuckians were justified by the dangers threatening them in taking the matter into their hands, when the West Virginia authorities refused to assist in restraining and punishing the outlaws, who had only to cross a narrow stream to commit the most serious crimes and then came back again to secure safely from the law.
The trial of Wall Hatfield has been concluded. The jury found him guilty of being an accessory to the act of murdering the three McCoys — Tolbert, aged 38 years; Randall, 19 years, and Farmer, 14 years. Alexander Messer confessed to the murder of Farmer, the youngest, and both were sentenced to the penitentiary for life. These trials are a result of the Hatfield-McCoy feud, which has caused so much terror on the line of Kentucky and West Virginia during the two or three years.
It would be difficult to ascertain just how many lives have been sacrificed in this famous vendetta. Uncle Wall Cause of Death: Died of Starvation in Jail. July 22, , Mate Creek, Logan Co. February 02, , Logan Co.
Catlettsburg, KY, September McCoy, as they were only held for witnesses. Mayhorn, his lieutenant, were refused bail, and remain incarcerated in the Pike county jail.
Their trial will not come up for five months. December 08, , Okeeffe, Mingo Co. June 14, , Logan Co. March 11, , Logan Co.
October 11, , Logan Co. July 04, , Logan Co. He was born May 08, in Pike Co. Hatfield is 74 years old. Hatfield was here with his son, Dr. George Hatfield, calling on Gov.
Hatfield, a relative, when a tempting offer to go on the vaudeville stage was made to him, and he accepted. At a revival meeting near his home, at the head of Island Creek, Hatfield made public confession and was baptized by Rev.
Relatives here were without word of the death. Shot at from ambush and in hand-to-hand combat scores of times with the McCoys, he had always predicted he would live to die a natural death, as he now has at the age of eighty, without bearing any marks of battle.
He often turned the trick for admirers, with the old rifle that he carried ready for action at all hours, and with which during the early eighties, he would shoot on sight any member of the McCoy family. The celebrated feud of the Hatfield family with the McCoys was started over some hogs, one of the Hatfields winning a lawsuit that was brought to determine their ownership.
The feud then started and did not end until the few remaining McCoys went over into Kentucky, where they now reside. He always was recognized as a loyal friend of the many with whom he was acquainted.
Numbered among those who believed he had been right in the position he took during the feud days, were the late Judge John J. Detectives, real and alleged, had arranged for the capture of Hatfield, spurred by a reward, after they had seen to it that he was indicted on a charge of whiskey selling, in Judge Jackson was on the bench at the time and was informed of the danger that awaited the accused man. Judge Jackson sent word to Hatfield that if he would appear in court with out an officer being sent for him, the court would see that he had ample protection until he returned to his home in Logan County.
Hatfield appeared and was acquitted of the charge against him. Some of the detectives pounced upon him soon after he left the court room, but Judge Jackson summoned all of them before him, and threatened to send them all to jail, directing special officers to see that Hatfield was permitted to reach his home. After Hatfield was well on his way, Judge Jackson told the detectives that if they wanted their man they would have to get him, just like the McCoys had been trying to do for a number of years.
He raised a good many hogs and but seldom left his community. Once he was prevailed upon by some enterprising amusement manager to go on the vaudeville stage. He made all preparations to do so but abandoned the idea when an old indictment was produced, which had been quashed on condition that the old mountaineer agree to remain at home the rest of his days.
Hatfield was born in Logan county, West Virginia, but then in the domain of the Old Dominion, in , a short distance from the old cabin in which he died.
The casket, covered with flowers, was borne around the mountainside by twelve strong men. There are about seventy-five direct descendants. The farewell of the widow was taken at the home. At seventy-five she was unable to follow around the mountain after the body of the man with whom she had lived for sixty-one years. Prayer at the grave was offered by W. Robinson, who was a Confederate soldier in the company commanded by Captain Anderson Hatfield.
The Island Creek train which bore the funeral contingent from Logan waited at Stirrat, the nearest point to the Hatfield home, until its passengers returned. The word had gone forth that a patriot had fallen, and in response there was a gathering of the clans. From all directions came men, women and children until thousands were assembled in a spot chosen originally because of inaccessibility in an accessible land. The day was raw and ugly, rain and snow falling alternately while the damp air pierced to the bone.
The crowd followed and stood in the rain during the services. Like those of the house they were unusual as compared with such services outside the mountains. Sid Thompson and his young choir sang song after song, old time chants that fell strongly upon the ear of lowlanders. The old preacher exhorted those about him that they too must shortly go and there was a scene when the family and near relatives gathered to say goodbye to the dead.
The casket was opened and an umbrella was held up to keep the rain out of the casket while they said farewell. The body was laid to rest in the family graveyard beside those of Troy and Elias, the two sons whose tragic deaths in Fayette County a few years before occasioned the only break in the family circle before the passing of the patriarch. The statue shows Hatfield standing erect in the typical garb of the mountains. It is cut from Italian marble from a design furnished by F.
McColm, of this city. The statue is thirteen feet high. Captain Anderson Hatfield, Now the Hatfields are battling nature. The family cemetery on a remote Logan County mountaintop is being threatened by brush and weeds. But she says she can no longer afford to pay someone to mow and cut back the brush at the end of a steep dirt trail.
The cemetery is listed on the National Register of Historic Places but has no government money for upkeep. Recently the cemetery was tidied up by Logan County government workers.
But Jean Hatfield would like for the cemetery to be under constant care. She says the cemetery needs a new bridge and access road so that family members can continue to lay relatives to rest there. April 19, , Logan Co. February 06, , Logan Co. March , West Virginia. August 13, , Logan Co. May 01, , Logan Co. July 20, , Logan Co. December 03, , Rita, Logan Co. John shot and killed a man in and was convicted and sent to prison for 10 years.
Vance is one of those unfortunate affairs which has grown out of the prevalent disregard of private rights and the habit of carrying the deadly Winchester. Whether Vance is justifiable or not is for a jury of his peers to say, and we would in no wise assume a duty which is entirely theirs, but the fact still remains that one man is dead, leaving a large family to the mercies of the world, and the other is forced to an expense which at best is hard to meet in the present depression.
This might have been prevented had mutual friends interfered in time. Both were good citizens and useful to the community, and had earnest effort been made to settle the dispute between them, Jim Thompson would have been alive and John Vance a free man. We have too few men who are peace-makers and too many ready to encourage trouble. November 12, , West Virginia; d.
April 20, , Charleston, Kanawha Co. May , Logan Co. January 02, , West Virginia; d. October 17, , Boomer, Fayette Co. Atkinson, of West Virginia, in person Tuesday at Gray. Hatfield shot Sheriff Ellis a week ago and has been holding off a posse in the Kentucky Mountains. Hatfield looks for acquittal on the grounds of self-defense. Those two — Elias and Troy — met death violently some 30 miles upriver from Charleston outside a little house at Harewood.
The man who supplies this information is year-old Enoch Shamblin of Pocataligo, who was tending bar for the Hatfield boys at Boomer in when they were shot and killed by an immigrant Italian laborer.
Troy died at 4 p. His brother lay dead in the yard, as did the Italian who shot them. The Hatfield boys considered this an infringement on their territory and took him out and whipped him one time. The Hatfield boys heard about it and tracked him up there. He made it to this house at Harewood, though. They followed him there, and he shot both of them. He dropped and filled up the gate — he was that big.
I weighed about pounds then, was in height, and strong as a bull because of the farm work I had done before going there. The Sims boys owned the bar when I started work, but Troy and Elias bought into it later and came over from Logan County. I remember a lot of the men who came into our place asked them about it, but they shrugged it off and went about their business.
Good as I ever saw. They respected me and I respected them. They used to take bets on who could whip the bartender. I soon learned them, though. I never fought any of them more than once. I remember the showboat was tied up at the river bank and Elias told me to stay and tend bar and that I could go see the show Monday night.
This big man came in and tried to chase people out of the bar, just aiming for a fight. We squared off and I hauled back and hit him so hard he was killed for five hours. Yessir, Elias Hatfield came back from the showboat to find him lying in the floor.
He finally came to about 1 a. The Hatfield boys were well-liked. To the right of his grave are those of his sons, Troy and Elias. Murdered — Killed over a liquor dispute. January 20, , West Virginia; d. The first break, or death in a family of thirteen children, sons and daughters of Anderson and Levisa Hatfield, occurred Tuesday shortly after the noon hour when Elias and Troy Hatfield succumbed to bullet wounds inflicted upon them by Octavio Jerome, an Italian who resides here in Montgomery with his family and who was also killed by Troy Hatfield, after he had received his death wounds.
The killing is the outcome, it is said, of the violation by Jerome of an agreement that existed between Carl Hanson, who conducts a saloon at Boomer. It is said that at the time the Cannelton saloon was established, an agreement was made between Hatfield and Hanson that neither would encroach upon the others territory in the sale of beers and liquors and that a certain boundary was defined which was mutually satisfactory.
Jerome was employed by Hanson to solicit orders from Italians and others along the K. On several occasions, it is said Jerome violated the agreement and on these occasions, he was warned by Hatfield not to repeat them. The warnings had no effect and recently Jerome was taken severely to task, and it is alleged was given a thrashing. Still Jerome continued to solicit orders at will where-ever he pleased and on Tuesday he boarded the It is further stated, that Elias Hatfield learned of this, and in company with his brother, Troy, started down the railroad track to see Jerome about the matter.
On the road they met the wagon and caused the driver to turn and go back, toward Cannelton and then they proceeded to the house of Angeline where Jerome was. The two brothers walked upon the front porch of the house and knocked on the door, and the door was opened to them by Angeline, who occupied the house with his wife and children.
Elias knew Angeline well and shaking hands with him, asked if Jerome was there. Angeline responded in the affirmative, stating that he was in one of the back rooms. Elias, started into the house while Angeline stepped out on the porch, and just as he stepped within the room a pistol shot rang out. Troy ran out of the house in pursuit of the Italian who had jumped out of the back door into the back yard, and with his life blood took deadly aim and in a flash flowing freely from the wounds, had sent four bullets into Jerome.
The first bullet fired by Troy struck the Italian in the right side of the head and came out through the left eye causing instant death. Upon being hit by the first bullet the Italian turned fell front to Troy, who was supporting himself by leaning against the house and as the foreigner was falling forward three more bullets pierced his body. These bulletts [sic] entered the breast, one below each nipple and the other midway between these two.
Another story of the affair is to the effect that the entire trouble arose because of the objection of Hatfield to Jerome supplying trade formerly supplied by him, and that recently an argument with reference to the matter ensued between Elias Hatfield and Jerome in which the latter came out pretty badly used. It is said by persons at Boomer that Jerome had been warned, that the Hatfields were on their way to Harewood on the day of the shooting, and he was prepared to meet them.
It was stated that Jerome was on the porch of the house and he saw the Hatfields coming, and remarked that he had better be going, and went into the house leaving his friend sitting on the porch. The brother then arrived at the house and following incidents were about as stated in the beginning of the account of this affair.
Elias Hatfield lived but a minute or two, and managed before life left his body to crawl to the back yard. He said something to his brother and indicated on his body the location of the wounded Troy, lived forty-seven minutes and was conscious up to the last. Another brother of the Hatfields, Joseph, who was at Boomer arrived at the scene of the trouble within a few minutes and conversed with his brother, Troy. The dying man told his brother that no one but Jerome, Elias and himself were mixed up in the affaira [sic], and that it was his desire that no further trouble be raised about it.
Constable Parry, policeman Warren and other officers went immediately to Harewood in Judge Simms automobile but their services were not needed. When they arrived Angeline had been placed under arrest by an officer, but was released when Troy Hatfield told the officer that he had nothing to do with the shooting or the trouble that led up to it. While the account of the affair as given above is generally thought to be as nearly true as it will be possible to ascertain, many other reports have been circulated differing somewhat as to just how the shooting was done, and as to the causes leading up to it, but all of these stories have as a basis alleged encroachment of Jerome, upon territory that he should not have gone on.
It is also said that Elias Hatfield fired at least one of the shots that struck Jerome, but this is not thought to be true. His pistols were found lying on the floor of the room in which the shooting started, but the authorities or others have been unable to find the persons who picked up the revolvers, neither have they been able to locate the weapons.
The bullet which caused the almost instant death of Elias entered the back just below the right shoulder and passed through the body coming out at the left breast. One other bullet struck him in the left side and one in the right side. Troy was shot through the left wrist, the muscle of the right arm and in the stomach. Troy Hatfield was considered, one of the best marksmen with a revolver in the country.
Stories of his wonderful marksmanship have been related often in this city, and many persons here have been witnesses to feats of marksmanship performed by him that would hardly be believed by other than an eye witness. One of his favorite stunts with the revolver was to shoot half dollar coins pitched in the air by friends who were willing to sacrifice the value of the coin just to witness the marksmanship of young Hatfield. Troy Hatfield and his brother, Elias were both well known here in Montgomery and those who knew them can not say that they ever met more pleasant gentlemen than they.
Elias Hatfield had been engaged in the saloon business at Boomer for a number of years and his business affairs brought him to Montgomery almost daily. Upon these frequent visits he was met by a large number of Montgomery people, as was his brother who also visited the city frequently.
They were always pleasant in manner and because of their pleasant attitude toward all with whom they came in contact, they became extremely popular here, and the news of their untimely end caused much regret among their friends in this city. They were quiet and unassuming men, who had the reputation for tending to their own business. They were both married, Elias, having married the daughter of J. To this union one child was born, and Mrs.
Hatfield with this child are among the surviving relatives. Troy Hatfield was also married, but no children were born to the union. He had been at Boomer in the employ of his brother for several months. Octavio Jerome the Italian has been a resident of Montgomery for about two years, during a greater part of which time he was employed in the restaurant which is conducted in the Mammoth Cave saloon.
Four months ago when the saloon at Cannelton was opened, his services were transferred from the local saloon to that at Cannelton. He continued his residence in this city, however, having rooms in the old hotel Montgomery building.
His daughter was recently married to Mr. Sam Nicastro, one of the best known young men of Montgomery, who is engaged with his father in the grocery business. He was extremely popular among his countrymen and Americans who had become acquainted with him, in this city liked him very much.
He was unusually well informed on American customs, and by close application had gained an excellent knowledge of our language, being called upon often as interpreter in the local courts and in business transactions between Americans and Italians. Interment was in the Montgomery cemetery.
Elias was born in Logan County, near Williamson now in Mingo county November 4th, , and lacked but eighteen days of being 34 years of age when he met his death. Troy was born in the year , at the same place as his brother, and where both of them resided with their parents until they had grown to be sturdy youths, when the family moved to a point near Logan Court House.
To Anderson and Lovisa Hatfield who are now 71 and 60 years old, respectively, thirteen children were born, nine boys and four grils [sic]. The family has been bound together, as it were, by cords impossible to sever, and at no time were any of the brothers separated by such distance as to render it impossible for them to get together within a few hours. Such love and devotion as existed between the members of this family is probably unparalelled [sic] in the history of time, and the death of Elias and Troy, is the first break that has ever occurred in the family.
All of the surviving brothers arrived in this city within a few hours after the death of their brothers and remained here until Wednesday noon when they left to accompany the remains to Logan County. The remains of the two Hatfields were brought to this city and placed in charge of the Davis Undertaking company Tuesday afternoon and the bodies were viewed at the undertaking establishment Wednesday morning by hundreds of friends and acquaintances and ma[n]y who went out of curiosity.
Likewise the body of Jerome, was viewed at the J. Montgomery Undertaking establishment, where it was taken Tuesday afaternoon [sic] to be prepared for burial. Elias and Troy Hatfield are survived by their parents, now residing on the old Hatfield home place twelve miles out of Logan, the county seat of Logan county, and seven brothers and four sisters, as follows: Johnson and Robert, of Warren Cliff; W. The sisters surviving are Mrs. Bettie Caldwell and Mrs. Rosie Browning, all residing near Oilville, Logan County.
Two caskets, laden with many floral designs, were placed on train No. Troy Cause of Death: April 08, , Logan Co. May 15, , Logan Co. September 07, , West Virginia; d. February 10, , Logan Co. May 25, , West Virginia. July 28, , Huntington, Cabell Co. August 12, , Logan Co. She was born February 02, in Pike Co. Present at the Battle of Grapevine Miscellaneous 3: November 30, , Newton, Mingo Co. February 18, , Pikeville, Pike Co. Chambers was shot in the hand and escaped, but not until he shot one of the detectives in the area.
Mounts was clubbed and frightfully beaten before subdued. He was taken to Pikeville, KY, and lodged in jail. The detective who was shot is named J. Ellison was the only individual sentenced to death for the raid on the McCoy cabin. It was generally felt that Ellison was the illegitimate son also known as a woods-colt of Ellison Hatfield.
Thought to be the illigitimate son of Ellison Hatfield. October 21, , Logan Co. October 23, , Mingo Co. April 11, , West Virginia; d. December 28, , Varney, Mingo Co. May , West Virginia; d. May 16, , Matewan, Mingo Co. October 21, , Williamson, Mingo Co. October 23, , Matewan, Mingo Co. Gangrene from a ruptured appendix. She was born May 23, , and died Unknown. February 15, , Williamson, Mingo Co.
September 04, , Logan Co. Wayne Hatfield escaped to the mountains. October 22, , West Virginia; d. July 16, ; m. December 21, ; d. September 10, , Wayne Co. August 24, , Stirrat, Logan Co. She was born March 18, in Sprigg, Mingo Co. January 26, , Ransom, Pike Co. May 27, , West Virginia; d. September 15, , Newtown, Mingo Co. September 04, , West Virginia; d.
November 25, ; m. February 14, ; d. He was born August in Logan Co. Possibly died young as another son was named John in January 15, , West Virginia; d.
October 19, , Williamson, Mingo Co. May 25, , West Virginia; d. January 06, , North Matewan, Mingo Co. January 08, , North Matewan, Mingo Co. September , West Virginia; d. October , West Virginia; d. Had a brother named John born ? Possibly John died young? April , West Virginia; d. March , West Virginia; d.
She married 2 A. She was born February 23, in Hunnewell, Greenup Co. November 30, ; d. May 21, ; d.
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