Ray Hatfield
Ray Hatfield
Ray Hatfield is one of the original guitarists in prog rock band Martin Turner's Wishbone Ash. Ray Hatfield was born in the town of Heanor, Derbyshire. His interest in the guitar started after his brother brought home a cheap Woolworths guitar. Ray has played in various bands, groups and duos over the decades, as well as gigging on his own all over the country. He still gigs locally on his own as well as with duos and bands.
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Comment on 12 Messed-Up Memorial Day HATFIELDS & MCCOYS Premiere Facts by The Real McCoy
Boom Tron - over 4 years
Brenda, Did you even think that the Hatfield’s could have this too since the Hatfield’s and McCoy’s have intermarried since the 1700′s. Trivia for you. Q. Which direct family member of the feud from the Hatfield’s or McCoy’s died of a brain tumor? A. Cap Hatfield. It’s in his sons book, Coleman C. Hatfield. Brenda, anybody in your family ever had a temper or tumors? If you look hard enough you will find that tumors and cancer are not just a McCoy problem. Again Mathew, that’s why McCoy’s don’t talk because just to many lies over the years to fool with. Be prepared for more they hate people seeing them for what they are. 90% of the Hatfield’s TODAY are good people. then you have those 10% that are from the Devil Anse family that are complete idiots. Who else would brag for over 100 years about killing law abiding citizens and beating up a 62 year old grandmother?
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Comment on 12 Messed-Up Memorial Day HATFIELDS & MCCOYS Premiere Facts by RHH
Boom Tron - over 4 years
I figured you weren’t necessarily trying to say the spill or the Wildcats had anything directly to do with the feud, just found it interesting.  Didn’t know you were a Wildcat fan!!  GO CATS!!!   I also could tell you did more than a google search, but thought maybe whichever source you used was one-sided.  As for the reunions, they are held every year in June.  There is a marathon for adults and kids, tours of the sites, and several other things.  One of these days I’ll make it up there.  You might find it interesting that people from both families quit watching the movie because they thought it portrayed their family poorly.  Just thought that was kind of funny after all the jokes that have been made over the years.  I thought the movie was pretty well made.    So how should we shorten Matthew (which, btw, is my son’s name too.  Good name.)?
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Comment on 12 Messed-Up Memorial Day HATFIELDS & MCCOYS Premiere Facts by Anonymous
Boom Tron - almost 5 years
Uh, pawpaws do not resemble papayas and were not named after them.  They also don’t smell like rotting meat.  Apocryphally, the blossoms have a fetid odor; in all the years I’ve grown them, I’ve never been able to detect any smell.
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A woman of vision - Canadian Lawyer Magazine
Google News - over 5 years
“Victoria is very passionate about her work,” says former colleague Ray Hatfield, director general of individual affairs for the former INAC, which in May was renamed Aboriginal and Northern Affairs Canada. “Whatever the job, Victoria got right into it
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An Oyster and a Way of Life, Both at Risk
NYTimes - over 14 years
The anchor is made from the crankshaft of a junked car, the hull is stained with bottom muck, but the big Johnson outboard motor is brand new. Chugging softly, it pushes the narrow oyster boat over Apalachicola Bay, gently intruding on the white egrets that slip like paper airplanes just overhead, and the jumping mullet that belly-flop with a sharp
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