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My Georgia Ancestors of the Confederate Army from the Walker County area...

Out of just one "log cabin" home in the little mountain village of Villanow, Walker County, Georgia, which is located between La Fayette and Dalton, Georgia, were eight men, who joined up with our Confederates to defend Southern Independence...

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My eight Confederate Ancestors of Villanow, Walker County, Georgia, were of the Doctor Adam G. Clements and Mary Wilson Hill Park family. Doctor Adam Clements and his wife are buried in the Cavender/Clements/Park Cemetery in Villanow, Walker County, Georgia, on what is now the Tarvin Poultry Farms land. The Tarvins and Clements/Cavenders were neighboring families in Villanow.

Doctor Adam Clements and his wife Mary Wilson Hill Park Clements had eight children. Severn sons and one daughter. Their only daughter married Joseph Warren Cavender, she was Martha "Mattie" Almeda Clements Cavender. "Mattie's" seven brothers, including John, James, Wilson, and Claudius all became Confederate members of military groups during the War of one sort, or another. Three of them were Assistant Surgeons of the Confederate Army, as they walked in the footsteps of their father, who rural medical practice in Villanow.



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