Clay County (14)

Historic Markers Across Alabama

 

Clay County was created on 1866.

The county seat is in Ashland, AL.,
and the county is 604 sq mi Square Miles in area.



  Click here to visit the Clay county home page.

  FIPS Code: 01027

  Information about Clay County, Alabama, from Wikipedia.

  US Census Quick Facts about Clay County.

 

There are 12 Historic Markers in Clay County.

Ashland, Alabama   -   ABT 
  Ashland City Hall, Court Sq, Ashland, AL Ashland, AL WMRD8M      

Battle of Enitachopko   -   AHA 
  On Shady Grove Rd (AL 9) at AL 63, NE of Goodwater, AL WMRD8J      

Clairmont Springs   -   AHA 
  Ala. Hwy 77   

Clay County   -   ABT 
  Clay County Courthouse, Court Sq (AL 9), Ashland, AL Ashland, AL WMRD8N      

Clay County and the Creek Indian Confederacy   -   ABT 
  Clay County Courthouse, AL-9, Ashland, AL WMRD8Z      

Clay County and the Creek Indian War of 1813-14   -   ABT 
  Clay County Courthouse, AL-9, Ashland, AL WMRD8X      

Clay CountyClay County Courthouse Built 1906   -   ABT 
  Clay County Courthouse, Court Sq (AL 9), Ashland, AL Ashland, AL WMRD8R      

Creek Indians   -   AHA 
  Ala. Hwy 9, west of Lineville   

First Baptist Church of Ashland   -   ABT 
  83558 Highway 9, Ashland, AL WMRD91      

History of Lineville   -   ABT 
  at City Hall on Mellow Valley St, Lineville, AL WMWGAC      

John Richmond McCain   -    
  the intersection of Alabama Route 9 and Main St, Lineville, AL      

Lineville Alabama   -    
  88801 AL-9, Lineville, AL      

 

M  - The marker is missing.
R  - The marker has been removed.

 

Other Clay County Resources.

Alabama Department of Archives and History