She lived in the northern part of Rhea County in rolling hills along the Piney River in a community now called Spring City, once known as Walnut Grove and Sulphur Spring. Much of her neighborhood was flooded by the Watts Barr Lake in the 1940s.
During the war Victoria gave birth to her eldest child Audley Walter. After the war Jonathan operated a grist mill near Spring City. As noted Victoria had 11 more children.
In the 1880 census 9 are living at home. Catherine (Kitty) was a year old and Victoria was pregnant with Cecil. Edwin, the last, would be born in 1883.
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