William Anderson "Cap" Hatfield
1 FEB 1864
22 AUG 1930
Aged: 66.6 years
Cap married Nancy Elizabeth Smith (1866-1942) on October 11, 1883 and had the following children: Coleman Anderson Hatfield (1889-1970) who was blind and married Bertha Marie Caldwell (1883-1963) aka Mossie Caldwell; Sheppard "Captain S" Hatfield (1891-?); Levicy Hatfield (1893-?); Pinkie Hatfield (1894-?); Louise "Lou" Hatfield (1896-?); Robert Emmett Hatfield (1897-?); Preston Hatfield (c1899-?); Lionel Weaver "Elbert" Hatfield (1900-?); Georgia "Flossy" Hatfield (c1904-?); and Muriel M. Hatfield (c1907-?).
According to Sam Rogers of the Logan County Historical Society: "The Cap Hatfield Cemetery is contained within the Stuart Glenn property. This six and one-half acres was the home of Joe Glenn, long time local attorney, stepson of Cap Hatfield, and participant in the gunfight at Matewan, West Virginia in 1896."
J.D. Charles writes: "Cap Hatfield, looms large over the entire [Hatfield-McCoy feud]. [He] was often portrayed as a lawless murderer; but the authors [of the book 'The Tale of the Devil'] show him to have been a man who seemed to resent being used as a Lieutenant by his father, and a man who sought peace later in life - first by farming, then by studying to be an attorney, and finally becoming a security guard. One of Cap's last scrapes was a shooting incident on an Election Day that was clearly self defense." Cap is buried in the Cap Hatfield Cemetery in Stirrat, Logan County, West Virginia.
Nancy Elizabeth Smith
10 SEP 1866
24 APR 1942
Aged: 75.6 years
Nancy was the daughter of Larkin Preston Smith and Emma Hatfield.
Nancy married Joseph M Glenn on June 10, 1880 in Logan Co., West Virginia.
Their child was Joseph M Glenn.
Nancy married William Anderson Cap Hatfield on October 11, 1883 in Logan Co., West Virginia.
Their children were Coleman, Sheppard, Levicy, Louise, Robert, Preston, Lionel, Georgia, and Muriel Hatfield.