History for Clay County

Commissioners for Clay County were directed to hold their first meeting in the Methodist Church near Fort Hembree. Special commissioners were named to select a site for the courthouse and lay out a town by the name of Hayesville.

Hayesville, named in honor of George W. Hayes, is the county seat.

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1 Facts gathered from State Library of North Carolina.





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Channel Bass usually occur in great supply along the cost and most large ones average between 30 and 40 pounds, making them great for sport fishing.

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