Brutus Junius Clay

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Brutus Junius Clay

Birthdate: (85)
Death: June 2, 1932 (85)
Place of Burial: Richmond, Madison, Kentucky, USA
Immediate Family:

Son of Cassius Marcellus Clay "The Lion of White Hall", Gen. (USA) and Mary Jane Clay
Husband of Patsey Amelia Clay
Father of Christopher Field Clay
Brother of Maj. Green Clay, (USA); Sarah Lewis Bennett; Cassius Marcellus Clay; Anne Warfield Crenshaw; Mary Clay and 4 others
Half brother of Launey Clay

Occupation: Grocer; cotton planter; Presbyterian; delegate to Republican National Convention from Kentucky, 1904; U.S. Minister to Switzerland, 1905-10. Also served the USA and Kentucky at 1900 Paris Exposition in France.
Managed by: Linda Kathleen Thompson, (c)
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About Brutus Junius Clay

Brutus Junius Clay II (February 20, 1847 – June 2, 1932) was an American businessman, political figure and diplomat.

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Brutus Junius Clay's Timeline

February 20, 1847
December 19, 1874
Age 27
June 2, 1932
Age 85
Richmond, Madison, Kentucky, USA