Clay, Porter

Clay, Porter, a Baptist minister, son of Rev. John Clay, and brother of the statesman, Henry Clay, was born in Virginia in March, 1779, and removed to Kentucky with his mother in early life. He studied law, and occupied a position of civil, trust under the government of the state. He united with the Church in 1815, and shortly after began to preach; He is said to have been a popular preacher, and greatly esteemed by the churches which he served. He died in 1850. See Cathcart, Baptist Encyclop. p. 232. (J. C. S.)

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