Clay County

Clay County is the name of 18 counties in the United States. Most are named for Henry Clay, U.S. Senator and statesman:

  • Clay County, Alabama
  • Clay County, Arkansas (named for John Clayton, and originally named Clayton County)
  • Clay County, Florida
  • Clay County, Georgia
  • Clay County, Illinois
  • Clay County, Indiana
  • Clay County, Iowa (named for Henry Clay, Jr., son of Henry Clay and a soldier in the Mexican-American War)
  • Clay County, Kansas
  • Clay County, Kentucky (named for Green Clay, cousin of Henry Clay, a member of the Kentucky state legislature)
  • Clay County, Minnesota
  • Clay County, Mississippi
  • Clay County, Missouri
  • Clay County, Nebraska
  • Clay County, North Carolina
  • Clay County, South Dakota
  • Clay County, Tennessee
  • Clay County, Texas
  • Clay County, West Virginia

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Stearleyville, Indiana
... Stearleyville is an unincorporated community in Jackson Township, Clay County, Indiana ... German spelling)from Pfuhl, Neu Ulm, Bavaria who came to Clay County in 1856 ... were so many offspring of the Stearleys in the area, it prompted a local saying that "Clay County was made up of Stearleys and Ragweeds" ...
Scatterville, Arkansas - Bibliography
... "Old Scatterville Cemetery Has Been Adopted." Clay County Democrat, August 8, 1963 ... "Scatterville Cemetery Gravestones." Clay County Democrat, August 15, 1963 ... History Traditions of Clay County ...

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