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Georgia , United States
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Clay County Court Cases

Clay County, Georgia was established in 1854, originating from Randolph and Early counties. The county was named after Henry Clay (1777 – 1852), Secretary of State; Speaker of the House of Representatives; U.S. Senator from Kentucky. Clay County has a total area of 195 square miles, with a total population of 3116 residents (and a population density of 15.98 residents per square mile).