|Death: ||Aug. 3, 1760|
Location: Next to the new Manchester High School, on Bailey Bridge Road, in Chesterfield County, Virginia.
His tombstones reads: In Memory of Henry Clay "Who died at dinner with his children and grandchildren at an annual festival given them on August 3, 1760".
Also placed at this site is a Memorial Marker it reads:
Henry Clay, The Elder, born 1672 Chesterfield County, was the Gr. Grandfather of the Stateman. His tomb one-fourth mile east bears the inscription In Memory of Henry Clay
"Who died at dinner with his children and grandchildren at an annual festival given them on August 3, 1760".
Presented by Richmond Chapter, Colonial Dames of The 17th Century .1957.
Henry Clay, the grandson of, Capt. John Thomas Clay
I believe this Henry Clay is also the father of William Mitchell Clay who was born abt 1710 in Henrico (Chesterfield) County, Virginia and died 10 Sep 1774. Source: Donna Sue Homes 1/7/2011.
Mary Obedience married Richard BELCHER. Her daughter, married Richard Bailey (Elizabeth, and her sister Phoebe Belcher married Mitchell Clay.) Source: aye ain't, 6/5/2012.
Charles Clay (1638 - 1686)
Hannah Wilson Clay (1642 - 1686)
Mary Mitchell Clay (1693 - 1777)
Amey Clay Green (1708 - 1774)*
William Mitchell Clay (1708 - 1774)*
Mary Obedience Clay Belcher (1710 - 1770)*
Henry Clay (1711 - 1764)*
Martha Clay Bass (1713 - 1744)*
Charles Clay (1716 - 1789)*
John Clay (1718 - 1761)*
Henry Clay (1672 - 1760)
Charles Clay (1675 - 1765)*
Henry Clay Memorial
Created by: Pat
Record added: Jul 26, 2003
Find A Grave Memorial# 7711025