Person:Green Clay (1)

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Green Clay
b.14 AUG 1757
d.21 OCT 1828
m. 11 NOV 1741
  1. Mary Clay1742 - 1823
  2. Elezer Clay1744 - 1836
  3. Charles Clay1745 - 1820
  4. Henry Clay, Jr1747 - 1777
  5. Edward Clay1748 - 1819
  6. Thomas Clay1750 -
  7. Bettie Clay1752 - 1840
  8. Elizabeth Marvell Clay1752 - 1840
  9. Lucy Clay1752 - 1825
  10. Lucy Thaxton Clay1754 -
  11. Mathew Clay1754 - 1815
  12. Martha Clay1755 -
  13. Green Clay1757 - 1828
  14. Priscilla Clay1759 -
  15. Martha Patsy Clay1761 - 1844
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Name Green Clay
Gender Male
Birth? 14 AUG 1757
Death? 21 OCT 1828
Other? GeorgiaGeneral in the Revolutionary War Military


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Green Clay (August 14, 1757 – October 31, 1828) was a United States businessman, planter, and politician from Kentucky; he served in the American Revolutionary War and was commissioned as a general to lead the Kentucky militia in the War of 1812. He was believed to be one of the wealthiest men of the state, owning tens of thousands of acres of land, many slaves, several distilleries, a tavern, and ferries.

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