Ellison Mounts Hatfield

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Ellison Mounts Hatfield

Birthdate:
Birthplace: Pike County, Kentucky, United States
Death: Died in Matewan, Mingo County, West Virginia, United States
Place of Burial: Newtown, Mingo, West Virginia, United States
Immediate Family:

Son of Ephriam 'Big Eph' Hatfield and Nancy A. Hatfield
Husband of Sarah Ann Hatfield; Harriett Hatfield and Sarah Ann Hatfield
Father of Valentine Hatfield; Ellison "Cotton Top" Mounts; George Mounts; Elliott Hatfield; Floyd Hatfield and 9 others
Brother of Martha Varney; Judge Valentine "Wall" Hatfield; Elizabeth Simpkins; William Anderson "Devil Anse" Hatfield; Elias Prater Hatfield and 6 others

Managed by: Charles Douglass Brown
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About Ellison Mounts Hatfield

Ellison was a veteran of the Civil War, serving for the Confederacy. To see his picture go to the Media section.

Ellison and Harriet were not married, and Ellison "Cottontop" Hatfield Mounts is believed to be their illegitimate son.

Ellison is known to have married Mary A. "Polly" Prater, and then in 1865 he married Sarah Ann Staton (1834 - 1935). Known children of his 2nd marriage: Elliott (10/1866 - 1939), Valentine (4/1864 or 1868 - 1890), Mary "Polly", Floyd (1872 - 1949), Emma, Lydia, Nancy, Louis, Wetzel Hatfield (1880 - 1923), Imogene, Easter, and Andrew Kirk Hatfield.

Ellison was a veteran of the Civil War, serving for the Confederacy. He rose to the rank of first lieutenant. He was in the Battle of Gettysburg July 1-4, 1863. When Lee surrendered at Appomattox on April 9, 1865, one of the young officers who surrendered his command was Lieutenant Hatfield. After his return from Appomattox, Ellison did not reach home until July, 1865. Then he and Sarah Ann Staton were married.

Ellison was a farmer.

He was Killed as a direct result of the Hatfield and McCoy feud, in Warm Hollow, Matewan, Mingo Co., WV. He was stabbed by Tolbert, Pharmer, and Bud McCoy. Reports stated he was stabbed 26 times and then shot once.

Find A Grave Memorial # 57402761.

 

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Ellison Mounts Hatfield's Timeline

1841
August 1841
Pike County, Kentucky, United States
1861
1861
Age 19
1865
April 12, 1865
Age 23
logan co,w.v.
1866
1866
Age 24
1868
April 11, 1868
Age 26
WV, USA
1870
1870
Age 28
1872
May 1872
Age 30
1880
1880
Age 38
WV, USA
1882
August 9, 1882
Age 41
Matewan, Mingo County, West Virginia, United States
August 9, 1882
Age 41
Newtown, Mingo, West Virginia, United States