from The Clay Family
Henry Clay, of Southam Parish, Cumberland County, son of Henry and Mary (Mitchell) Clay, of Chesterfield, signed his will March 8, 1764, which was probated October 22, 1764.
He married, in 1735, Lucy Green, born 1717, daughter of Thomas Green and Elizabeth Marston (born November 25, 1672, died August 11, 1759), daughter of Thomas Marston, Justice of Henrico in 1682, and his wife, Elizabeth Marvell. . .
Henry Clay mentions as the legatees of his will his wife, Lucy, and their children.
I. Henry Clay, born, 1736, moved to Kentucky in 1787, died in 1820.
II. Charles Clay, an early emigrant to Kentucky.
III. Samuel Clay, member of the North Carolina Legislature, 1789 - 90
IV. Thomas Clay, of Cumberland County.
V. Abia Clay, Lieutenant in the Revolutionary Army. (He was called also Obia and Abijah.)
VI. Marston Clay, married Elizabeth Williams, of Halifax County.
VII. Rebecca Clay.
VIII. John Clay, a Captain in the Revolution in 1777.
IX. Elijah Clay is mentioned in deeds July 13, 1783, and August 2, 1792, when he sells lands in Cumberland County.
X. Lucy Clay.
July 28, 1750, Thomas Green, of Amelia, deeds to Henry Clay, of Cumberland, two hundred acres of said Green's Patent of February 10, 1748.
November 4, 1760, Henry Clay, senior, and Lucy, his wife, deed to Henry Clay, junior (Doctor Henry, of Kentucky), two hundred acres on the north side of the Appomattox, formerly granted "to my father, Henry Clay, deceased, July 9, 1724, whereon my son Henry now lives."
In deeds of November, 1758, and 1760, Lucy, the wife of Henry Clay, and Martha, the wife of Charles Clay, are identified as the daughters of Elizabeth Green, deceased, whose will was probated January 24, 1760, in Amelia County.