Clay County (014)

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Clay County was created on 1870.

The county seat is in Celina, TN.,
and the county is 236 sq mi Square Miles in area.

The State Division number is 2 and the County Group is D.

  Click here to visit the Clay county home page.

  FIPS Code: 47027

  Information about Clay County, Tennessee, from Wikipedia.

  US Census Quick Facts about Clay County.


There are 8 Historic Markers in Clay County.

Abraham Hannaniah Lincoln   -   THC 2D 28
  On highway 53 west of Goolsby Ln between Celina and Gainesboro, TN        

Bailey Butler 1779 - 1842   -   THC 2D 42
  Hwy 53 between Celina and Gainesboro TN        

Celina During the Civil War   -    
  at the Clay County Courthouse, intersection of Main Street and East Lake Avenue (Tennessee Route 52), Celina,TN        

Clay - Overton County line   -   THC 2D 3

Donaldson Cemetery   -    
  805 Brown St, Celina, TN        

Free HiIl(s) Community   -   THC 2D 31
  TN 53, Clay County, at Neely Creek Road        

History of the Webb Cemetery 1830-1942   -    
  805 Brown St, Celina, TN        

Hugh Roberts   -   THC 2D 14
  TN 52, Clay County, in Celina, 1.1 miles from TN 53        


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