Clark Eaddy volunteered to serve in the Confederacy as did his brothers Robert James Eaddy , I. and Gregory Eaddy. Other reports suggest he might have been wounded at Gettysburg, PA and later died from this cause. In "The Call to Arms" by Danny H. Smith, he was listed on page 122 as being exempted, by The Draft Act of May 1st, 1863. He was listed among the exempted as an overseer of a large plantation, owned by Mary Barr. In the same article, on page 121 and on the "Confederate Honor Roll" on page 38, he is cited as one who volunteered for service in the gray uniform of the CSA.
Birth reported in Barr Bible and death recorded in Prospect Methodist Church Roll.