Hatfield Cemetery Project

The Jeff and Polly Hatfield family has joined other branches of Anderson and Polly's family with some specific tasks related to the Anderson Hatfield Memorial Cemetery and other family cemeteries.

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The family has tried to update earlier inventories of the cemetery, specifically the Blackburn and Norman Inventories.  The mapping has been completed and the information will be added to this site.

02.

Building on the work that has already been completed, the family would like to add the AHMC to the Hatfield-McCoy Feud Historic District on the National Register of Historic Places.  In addition, the family would like to obtain a Kentucky Landmark designation for the AHMC.

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While the primary focus is on the AHMC, information about other cemeteries related to the Hatfield family will also be made available. 

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One of the first projects is to put a grave stone at the site where Polly Margaret Runyon Hatfield's mother, Parmelia Emeriah Lowe Runyon, is buried in Belfry, Kentucky.

Wash basin made by Robert "B0b" Hatfield,  Anderson and Polly Hatfield's son.  The wash basin was recovered by Jack Blackburn.

The cousins, led by Steve Hatfield, installed benches in 2014.

Bentley Adams and Joe Breeze test one of the benches installed by Jeff and Polly's family in 2014.