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Clay County Public Records Resources

Clay County was named after U.S Senator Henry Clay of Kentucky and was created on December 7, 1866. The county was located in the east-central part of Alabama with its county seat being Ashland. The county is known to be a dry county and its total population as of the year 2000 was 14,254. 

If you have plans to pay a visit or even stay in this place then you must first take a look at its people’s backgrounds. Several surveys showed that fraud arrests were breaking their way to the top of the list in the county’s crime statistics. Few sex offenders were found in the county and violent crimes such as no negligent manslaughter, forcible rape, robbery, and aggravated assault rated above average according to the U.S. crime scale.

If you wish to find more information about a certain individual in Clay County, an online public records search form will provide you the easiest way to find it; but if you prefer a more personal approach then please visit the Clay County courthouse or even the sheriff’s office. See below for more details.

County Courthouse Info:

Clay County Courthouse:
Judge of Probate
P.O. Box 187
Ashland, AL 36251
Telephone: (256) 354-2198

County Sheriff's Office Info:

Clay County Sheriff’s Dept:
Post Office Box 757
Ashland, AL 36251
Telephone: (256) 354-2176