The 10 Real Life Family Feuds You’d Never Want To Be A Part Of

The 10 Real Life Family Feuds You’d Never Want To Be A Part Of

1. The Blood-Taking Albanians

In Albania, ‘Gjakmarjja’ is literally that allows Albanian has a right to take revenge by killing people as a way ‘to mean blood dominant from an old custom. Precisely this is not the way to solve a problem and as a result, according to an estimated twenty thousand Albanian families members with death hanging over their heads. These families are not allowed to leave their homes in fear of being killed, something that most children live holy lives and rumors have it. Even toady children are taught only about the blood cycle is that of a never-ending one says that ‘Gjakmarjja’ custom.

2. The Puntis And The Hakkas

It was seriously dispute that ended half a million people were killed and more than a million homeless so severe. Two Chinese ethnic group – Punti and the Hakka Hakkas began to gain more importance to the emperor and lived peacefully for years Puntis angering their peak strength. Emperor Hakkas motivated when they arrive and all hell breaks loose living Puntis. Since 1897 a war broke out between two groups which lasted 12 years, with devastating results. Finally, the government decided to move to some other location Hakkas and subdue the uprising.

3. The Mizells And The Barbers

1870 in Florida, Orange County Sheriff David Mizell stress exploiter and a rich cattle owner hardcore pro and Confederate rose between Moses Barber. If Barber government refused to pay taxes to take away the hair of cattle as payment Mizell tax. Barber, who has repeatedly warned against setting foot in the country had been the scene sheriff. But on February 21, 1870, Barber was enough for her and killed David Mizell. Before his death, Mizell family promised not to take revenge but some family members lost their last will and went on a revenge spree. As many as 8 people were killed, but no one was punished. This hostility, was a happy ending, unlike most other members of both families when they decide to get married in the 1940s.

4. The World Renowned Shoe Manufacturing Brothers

 

Puma and Adidas, the founders Rudolf and Adolf Dassler started during the Second World War and even managed to continue to this day there is a raging rivalry between them. Before they date back to the war, but it was during the war that it desperately. We were looking for shelter two brothers Adolf and got one when he discovered that it was already occupied by Rudolph family. Adolf then were pounded their heads to the right, Allied planes are ‘dirty bastards back to the mean. But Rudolph misunderstood and I thought that when she went away from his brothers and directed by their own company was founded battle. Rudolph Rudolph was an SS officer Adolf spreading the rumors that claim held against them.

5. The Feud That Lead To The Rise Of The Samurai Class

 

 

A battle of supremacy was fought in Japan during the mid 1150s between the Taira and the Minamoto. Following years of bloodshed, at one point the Taira family managed to install their 2 years-old grandson on the throne which lead to the 5 years Gempei War. At the end of this war the Minamoto succeeded and the baby emperor died along with his grandmother by drowning in the sea. When the leader of the Minamoto sat on the throne in 1192, Japan’s first shogunate was established and thus began the rise of the samurai class.

 

6. Longest Running Korean Family Feuds

It all began in the 1700’s when the Yoon family discovered that the Shim family has buried their prominent member – a former Prime Minister – in the same gravesite where the Yoon’s had buried their prominent member – a 12th century general. Seriously, this is the cause that lead the two families destroy each others graves. The news when reached the Kings ears, he ordered punishment on the members of the two families and even sent off the two family heads to exile. But the feud continued. Only recently, the two families have tried the path of reconciliation when in 2008 the Yoons decided to donate a part of their land to the Shims. Though, sadly the transaction was halted by a local cultural commission reasoning that the transaction will destroy history.

 

7. Family War Fueled War For Country’s Throne

Since the 1440s the Perceys and Nevilles had been at each others throats trying to establish their power and influence over northern England. Tension between the two families came to a boiling point when men belonging to the Perceys attacked a wedding entourage which led to their face-off in the Battle of Heworth in 1453. Clashed continued between even after the war and in the following year i.e. 1454 the Perceys sided with Lancastrians, the Nevilles became allies to the House Of York. Backed by these two powerful families, the civil war over the English throne known as The War of the Roses commenced.

 

8. The Love Triangle

One of the Albert Boyce was in love with the wife of a wealthy cattle owner named John Sneed Jr. of Texas who was not the owner of a wealthy cattle. Sneed to demand a divorce from her husband in 1911 when he packed it away in a mental asylum. Next, we had to come in Boyce’s picture and rescuing her. While the husband was away, they filed kidnapping charges Sneed Canada. Nothing came out charges Boyce Sneed killed the father. This led to his arrest and a mistrial after a riot that has killed four people.

A change of events, killing one worker Boyce Sneed father of the suicide. Sneed raging in the course of September 1912 and finally they managed to Albert Boyce Jr. killed while he was arrested for murder, but was later acquitted.

9. Don’t Mess With Common Folks

I just came to Canada in the 1840s and James and Johannah Donnelly Biddulph. He grew up in a violent family numbers and who were generally disliked as the townsfolk. Not surprisingly, James neighboring tenants, found in dispute with Patrick Farrell and James fled, killing them with a handspike ended in June 1857. After this incident, but hot-headed hooligans as their children while I grew up after I was imprisoned it difficult for “ordinary people. Be sick and tired of being lynched by his notoriety, February 4, 1880 invaded the town and the home of James Donnelly, Johannah and three other members.

He had made some arrests but then later they were ready to support any of the common people, there was a penalty.

10. War Over Animal Grazing Land

At the heart of Arizona, two families – got into a discussion about the owners of cattle and sheep owners Grahams Tewksburys – grazing rights on the land. Graham shot a member in February 1887 to work for a local American family when Tewksbury soon, things got really sour. Next gun battles, following the death of many members of the 30 that went on for years as their warring families, including some friends. End to the conflict, Tewksbury year came in 1892 when Edwin Graham killed the last surviving with a gun. Fortunately for Edwin, even after hearing the two cases he was not satisfied to go to jail and destroy Grahams, died in 1902.

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