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Clay County was named for Senator Henry Clay of Kentucky 1777-1852
Created by the State of Georgia on Feb 16 1851 from Early and Randolph Counties.
The first census was done in 1860. Ft. Gaines, the county seat lies on the Chattahoochee river.
Clay County lies on the Georgia-Alabama border, in southwest Georgia.
Other Cities and Towns in Clay County are: Bellville, Bluffton,
Cotton Hill, Garnersville, Killen,
Oakland, Sutton's Corner and Zetto.
We need your Documents, Records, Obits etc..... if you have any you would like to share:
|Clay County Churches
|African American Resources
|Clay County Message Boards
|Books & Publications
|Clay County Resources
|Family Group Sheets
|Calhoun County GAGenWeb
|Early County GAGenWeb
|Quitman County GAGenWeb
|Randolph County GAGenWeb
|Barbour County ALGenWeb
|Henry County ALGenWeb
Other Georgia Links
GA County Selection Page
Links to other Georgia info
Georgia State Archives
Georgia Genealogical Society
Southwest Georgia Genealogical Society
Search Georgia Land Lottery Grants for Revolutionary Veterans
Other Genealogy Links
USGenWeb Main Page
The USGenWeb Archives
Bureau of Land Management
America's First Immigration Center
Ellis Island from Castle Garden.org
Ed and Kim's Connection's
My work on my family tree from SW Ga.
Shirley Hornbeck's This and That Genealogy Tips