Welcome to Clay County, KY
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was formed from Madison County and Floyd
Created in 1806 and est. in 1807.
Named after Gen. Green Clay (1757-1826); a military leader in the War of 1812.
He was also representative of Kentucky County in the Virginia General Assembly.
County seat is Manchester.
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