In the 1920s, Levi J. Clements and wife Roena (or Rowena) had moved to a house on North Street in Ray City, GA, probably to be closer to the Clements sawmill. The mill was located between North Street and the tracks of the Georgia and Florida Railroad. The Clements were surrounded by their family. Their son, Dr. Henry Clements, had the home next door, and on the other side was the home of their son Lucius, who was General Manager at the sawmill. Irwin Clements and his wife, Annie, and Joe Clements and his family (wife Effie, and daughter Camille) lived with Levi and Rowena. Irwin Clements was a manager at the mill, and Joe was treasurer. Levi’s grandson, Leland Gaskins, lived in the big house as well.
Mr. Clements died April 25, 1924. He and his wife are buried in New Ramah Primitive Baptist cemetery.
- Clements Lumber Company and the Company Town
- WWI Boom for Clements Lumber Company at Ray City, GA
- Levi J. Clements
- Luckie Stop at Ray City
- William F. Luckie ~ Luckie Lumber Mill
- November 6, 1923 ~ Big Fire Loss at the Ray City Sawmill