Clay County Birth Records are available in the Clay County
Clerk's office for the years 1908-1912.
The Tennessee State Library and Archives has microfilmed these
records and provides very useful information on how to obtain birth
records on their website. Click here.
Birth dates may also be obtained by searching Bible records,
cemetery records, death records, and the Social
Security Death Index. To be listed in this index, it would have
been necessary for a person to have had a social security number.
Generally speaking, they would have had to be of adult age in the
1930's. Click here
for more info and tips.
Birth records and a copy of the application a person filled out
when applying for a social security number are also excellent ways of
obtaining an official record of a person's PARENTS.
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This page last updated: Wednesday, August 12, 2015