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William CLEMENT (d. 1760) of Amelia County, Virginia - A Study of His Descendants


 
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__________, __________ . "Controversy Flares Over Clement Hill." Lynchburg News, Lynchburg, VA, 6 August 1967: n.p..

Abercrombie, Janice L.. Virginia Publick Claims - Pittsylvania County. Athens, GA: Iberian Publishing Company Co., N.d..

Bowers, Cindy. "Hurt residents plead to keep Clement Hill house." The Register: Danville, VA, 2 December 1981: 2A.

Bowers, Cindy. "Clement Hill comes up for Historic Register." The Register: Danville, VA, 15 December 1981: 3A.

Clement, Maud Carter. The History of Pittsylvania County Virginia. Baltimore, MD: Regional Publishing Company, 1987 reprint.

Clement, Maud Carter. Frontiers Along the Upper Roanoke River 1740-1776: A Story of First Settlement. Lynchburg, VA: The J. P. Bell Company, Inc., 1964.

Dodson, Roger C.. Footprints From The Old Survey Books of Halifax & Pittsylvania Counties in Virginia. Lynchburg, VA: H. E. Howard, Inc., 1989.

Fitzgerald, Madalene Vaden. Pittsylvania: Homes and People of the Past. Danville, VA: Womack Press, c1974.

Fitzgerald, Madalene Vaden and Frances Hallam Hurt. Eighteenth Century Landmarks of Pittsylvania County, Virginia. N. p.: Pittsylvania Historical Society, 1986.

Hurt, Frances Hallam. An Intimate History of The American Revolution in Pittsylvania County, Virginia. Lynchburg, VA: H. E. Howard, Inc., 1976.

McMurrey, Katie Clement. "Clement Hill House." Journal of the Florida Genealogical Society, Inc. Volume 26. No. 1 (March 1990): pages 51-52.

Melton, Herman. Pittsylvania's Eighteenth Century Grist Mills. N. p.: N. pub., 1989.

Melton, Herman. Picks, Tracks and Bateaux: Industry in Pittsylvania County 1750-1950. Lynchburg, VA: H. E. Howard, Inc., 1993.

Mitchell, Henry. "Virginia Historical Markers, Part I - Clement Hill: Staunton River Sentinel." Star-Tribune, Chatham, Virginia, 1 Feb 1989: 12.

Popek, Diane. Tracks Along the Staunton: A History of Leesville, Lynch Station, Hurt & Altavista. Altavista, VA: Altavista Printing Co., 1984.

Virginia Department of Historic Resources, 2801 Kensington Avenue, Richmond, VA 23221-0311, (804) 367-2323, File No. 331-5001.



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