The William G. Clark Family Letters consists of family correspondence to William and Emily Clark of Jordan’s Valley, Rutherford County, Tennessee from their three sons, James A., R. Newton, and William G., and their son-in-law, Moses Woodfin, who served in Company D, 45th Tennessee Infantry Regiment, C.S.A. during the Civil War. James A. was a prisoner at Rock Island, Illinois; both Newton and William G. perished at the Battle of Missionary Ridge in November 1863. The letters concern family news, prison conditions, and the deaths of Newton and William G. Clark. Brandy English, of Goodlettsville, Tennessee, loaned the William G. Clark Family Letters to the Tennessee State Library and Archives for microfilming. The collection consists of .5 cubic feet and there are no restrictions.