Clay

Clay is a town of 593 people in . Local residents, enamored of its small-town charm, sometimes call it "Clayberry". It's the county seat of Clay County, whose claim to fame is being the home of the Golden Delicious apple, which was discovered in 1905 and grown commercially in 1912, at a time when apples were predominantly red.

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Clay

Latitude
38.4604° or 38° 27' 37.4" north
Longitude
-81.0851° or 81° 5' 6.4" west
Population
467
Elevation
709 feet (216 metres)
Geo­Names ID
4802333

Also Known As

  • Arabic: كلاي
  • Basque: Clay (Mendebaldeko Virginia)
  • Basque: Clay
  • Catalan: Clay
  • Cebuano: Clay (kapital sa kondado)
  • Cebuano: Clay
  • Chinese: Clay
  • Dutch: Clay
  • English: Clay, West Virginia
  • French: Clay
  • German: Clay
  • Hungarian: Clay
  • Italian: Clay
  • Min Nan Chinese: Clay
  • Persian: کلی، ویرجینیای غربی
  • Polish: Clay
  • Portuguese: Clay
  • Russian: Клей
  • Serbian: Клеј (Западна Вирџинија)
  • Serbian: Клеј
  • Serbo-Croatian: Clay, West Virginia
  • South Azerbaijani: کلای، باتی ویرجینیا
  • Spanish: Clay
  • Swedish: Clay, West Virginia
  • Ukrainian: Клей
  • Volapük: Clay, West Virginia
  • Volapük: Clay
  • Clay Court House
  • Clay Town
  • Claytown
  • Henry
  • Marshall

Other Places Named Clay

  • County, Missouri, United States
  • County, Florida, United States
  • Town, New York, United States
  • County, Minnesota, United States
  • Mississippi, United States
  • Texas, United States

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