Clay County, West Virginia
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Clay County was named in honor of Henry Clay, famous American statesman, member of the United
States Senate from Kentucky and United States Secretary of State in the 19th century.
Its county seat is Clay.
Unincorporated Towns and Communities
Adonijah * Bentree * Bickmore * Big Otter * Booger Hole * Bomont * Clay Junction *
Dille * Duck * Dundon * Floe * Fola * Glen * Hartland * Independence * Indore * Ivydale * Little Italy * Lizemores
* Maysel * Mountain Home * O'Brion * Porter * Procious * Swandale * Valley Fork * Varneytown * Two Run * Wallback
Whetstone * Widen
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