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  Clay - History
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Established January 01, 1870
Disbanded Still Active
Last ModifiedRBH June 03, 2011 10:56pm
DescriptionCreated from Jackson and Overton counties

Named for Henry Clay

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February 11, 1943 -


CLAY lost to JACKSON to accommodate local resident [location unknown, not mapped; map depicts net changes in CLAY-JACKSON line 1885-1943]. (Tenn. Acts 1943, 73d assy., priv., ch. 449/p. 1561)

March 10, 1939 - February 11, 1943


CLAY gained from OVERTON to accommodate local resident [location unknown, not mapped; map depicts net changes in CLAY-OVERTON line 1889-1939]. (Tenn. Acts 1939, 71st assy., priv., ch. 561/p. 1766)

March 25, 1903 - March 10, 1939


CLAY lost to MACON to accommodate local residents. (Tenn. Acts 1903, 53d assy., ch. 226/p. 495)

April 03, 1901 - March 25, 1903


CLAY gained from PICKETT [repealed act of 1 Apr 1893]. (Tenn. Acts 1901, 52d assy., ch. 270/p. 580)

April 01, 1893 - April 03, 1901


CLAY lost to PICKETT [repealed 3 Apr 1901]. (Tenn. Acts 1893, 48th assy., ch. 57/p. 75)

April 09, 1885 - April 01, 1893


CLAY gained from PICKETT to accommodate local resident. (Tenn. Acts 1885, 44th assy., ch. 128/p. 240; ch. 125/p. 238)

June 01, 1881 - April 09, 1885


CLAY gained from OVERTON to accommodate local residents. (Tenn. Acts 1881, 42d assy., 1st sess., ch. 132/p. 181)

December 07, 1870 - June 01, 1881


CLAY created from JACKSON and OVERTON. (Tenn. Acts 1870, 36th assy., 2d sess., ch. 29, secs. 1-2, 4/pp. 51-52; Moore and Foster, 1:843)

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